In contexts of multiple disparate, heterogeneous and isolated clinical systems, data integration is a must to provide better care quality and to reduce administrative and maintenance costs of dealing with multiple systems to get back usable information.
EHRServer is an ideal tool for centralizing the information that needs to be shared between clinicians, specialties, offices, and even with the patient through a PHR or a Patient Portal.
Following those steps you didn't just loaded data into another database, you standardized and integrated data from heterogeneous, and maybe inconsistent / incompatible clinical systems. This opens a whole wolrd of new possibilities! Sharing clinical data between your systems is the first step, but you can add more apps that use queries to access existing data to create more services to clinicians and patients, explore data visualizations, integrate this data into clinical decision support tools, and more. Your imagination is the limit.
Also, following the same setps you can scale your integration in terms of the information that is being shared, sharing more information and creating new queries over data. With that you can offer new services and continously improve your app ecosystem. Keep this mantra in mind: Better apps for clinicians, better access to meaningful clinical information, better care for patients.