Guide

Health Data Repositories: Which uses to gain which benefits?

Healthcare professionals are collecting, compiling and handling an ever-increasing amount of data. Once gathered, this data is spread across a health system or region. This is a major problem for Elsa Calmel-Verlaque, Repository Product Manager at Enovacom.

This white paper offers you an overview of how important health data repositories are when it comes to the use of healthcare data.

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Healthcare professionals are collecting, compiling and handling an ever-increasing amount of data. Once gathered, this data is spread across a health system or region. This is a major problem for Elsa Calmel-Verlaque, Repository Product Manager at Enovacom.

“Without a data repository, each part of an institution will often process its own data in silos. Enovacom Data Repository consolidates all the data in the Information System by storing and making accessible all the health information for an institution,” she says.

Ideally a data repository will use the large volume of data collected for each patient to facilitate collaboration between healthcare professionals and help them in their clinical decisions. Enovacom Data Repository supports this with the ability to:

  • compile data for assessment and evaluation purposes
  • create portals that allow professionals to easily access their data

This can be seen in France. Here, the Enovacom Data Repository has been used in the National Information System for Covid-19 Screening (SI-DEP) Project to identify all Covid-19 screening tests. Within a few weeks, all French laboratories were connected to the data repository. This contains all the country’s PCR and antigen tests and sees 3 million tests processed every day.

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