Cliniko makes it really easy to get your data out. Built right into the Cliniko interface are some simple tools that will let you export any of your data with a simple click of a button!
☝️ Note: This function is only available to Administrators.
Export Data from Cliniko
Head to Settings, and then Data exports:
Select the type of data you'd like to export, as well as the date range:
☝️ Note: if you need to export all of your data (and not just items from a specific date range, select Any time to Any time under the date range field (this will make the fields appear blank; this is okay!):
Click the Export data button, and your file will be generated.
☝️ Note: Depending on how much data is in your export, it might take a few minutes to generate! You don't need to stay on this page while you wait—you can navigate to somewhere else, and then come back here.
Once your file is ready, click the Download button:
And, that's it! 🙌 This will download your file to your your computer, and it will be in CSV format—which is a format that's very common, meaning other programs can read it! (So, if you wish to import your CSV file into another program, there's a good chance you can!)
You can also open the file in Excel to report on the data any way you want. This export is just a "snapshot" of your database, so any changes you make to it won't affect Cliniko in any way.
This also means that, in the unfortunate circumstance that you need to cancel your Cliniko account, you can easily retrieve all of your data. We wouldn't want you to go, but you can feel secure that your data always belongs to you.
☝️Note: Data exports will expire after two weeks. This means that copies of the spreadsheets you generate on this page will only be downloadable for two weeks:
This does not mean any other data gets deleted. It simply means that if you need another copy of the data you'd downloaded (i.e. "Patients"), you have to generate it again.
On the flip side, if you want to bring data into Cliniko, you can definitely do that! Read about how to import data here.
Oh, and you can use the data exports to view all of your archived records, too!