Why global interoperability is a prerequisite to ensuring high quality patient care

Interoperability: a prerequisite to guarantee high quality patient care Download the PDF The safety and quality of patient care in healthcare organisations now requires medical data flow to be managed appropriately. In order to optimise the time healthcare professionals spend at work and enable them to act quickly in the event of an emergency, medical devices and IT systems in private and public hospitals must meet global interoperability standards. Healthcare organisations now produce large quantities of data which is often sensitive due to its confidential nature. This information is even more important as it is used to make medical decisions, about the best course of patient care, to...

Patient identification and sharing medical information: the next challenge

Sharing patient files through unique patient identification: the next challenge Download the PDF Merging healthcare organisations and integrated working across multiple care providers are just two scenarios whereby sharing medical information can lead to Patient identities duplications or clashes. To address this issue, hospital managers and IT departments can rely on highly powerful identity servers capable of merging identities. Why is identity-vigilance now part of quality criteria for healthcare facilities? Many problems which arise in healthcare organisations today are due to identifying patients. This is common when patients have difficulty talking and no identification or patient...

The Key Elements of a Successful Emergency Management Plan

How to plan and organize an emergency plan? An emergency management plan is implemented to take care of victims of outbreaks, serious accidents or terrorist attacks. It sets out procedures which must be followed to quickly send patients to the relevant hospital department, identify which doctors need to be called in and organise resources effectively. But all of these processes require a software solution which can manage communication and analyse which assets are available to maximise effectiveness. To cope with a possible massive influx of patients, healthcare organisations have to devise a way of treating them as quickly as possible. This is called an emergency management plan. Download...

Healthcare Technology in Switzerland: Adopting Interoperability with Enovacom

La Source Clinic and La Tour Hospital have something in common: they have both made it easier to share their healthcare data using Enovacom technology Two Swiss health care organisations in Lausanne and Geneva have implemented operational compatibility between their IT systems using the Enovacom healthcare data service. La Source Clinic and La Tour Hospital have chosen the ENOVACOM Integration Engine to manage and simplify the flow of information between their software applications. Being medium-sized healthcare facilities, the IT systems managers typically handle between 40 to 400 different software applications. These software systems communicate with each other so that users do not have...

Purkinje wins GACEQ’s call with French partner Enovacom

Purkinje, in collaboration with France based partner Enovacom, win GACEQs call for tender to enable the sharing of patient data for healthcare facilities across the Quebec province On 20th July 2017, the East Quebec Joint Procurement Group (GACEQ) selected Purkinje, in partnership with Enovacom, to deploy Enovacoms unique integration agent in every healthcare facility in Montreal. The aim is to enable the exchange of patient data easily between different establishments as well as within the facilities themselves. Purkinje and Enovacom have worked closely together to offer a solution which optimises the exchange of health data between healthcare facilities IT systems in the Quebec province....

The Saint-Privat Polyclinic takes care of patient data with software publisher Enovacom

Extended interoperability to organise information exchange The Saint-Privat Polyclinic in Boujan-sur-Libron (34) chose Enovacom to take care of its patient data. The projects main focus is to ensure business software is interoperable and biomedical devices are connected to the E-Med patient records. The aim is to guarantee the healthcare data sent from one application to the next is complete and available by using a continuous exchange service. The ENOVACOM Suite V2 (previously Antares v2) will manage data streams Biomedical equipment will be connected with the ENOVACOM Patient Connect software The polyclinics latest news: the facility has treated patients suffering from chronic...

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