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Standards for integration between digital consultation platforms and electronic medical patient records

Reference number
Coordinator DOCTRIN AB
Funding from Vinnova SEK 900 000
Project duration April 2019 - May 2020
Status Completed
Venture Strengthening Sweden’s role in international standardization
Call Standardization in order to gain access to new markets

Purpose and goal

- To map current integrations and standards for information transfer between digital consultation platforms and large medical record systems - To map the deficiencies in these systems in transmitting and receiving information without distorting it or giving rise to information security risks.

Expected effects and result

The project has identified: - a need for an organizational independent structured conceptual and information model that is based on the patient and is based on applicable international standards in digital healthcare consultations - that information models need to support activities, innovative ways of working, service innovations and international standards in order to reach an international market. - the need for an arena for industry, authorities, healthcare providers and academia to meet, discuss and develop standards to support sustainable digitalisation in healthcare

Planned approach and implementation

In total, more than 60 persons from 32 different companies, organisations and authorities have participated in the 3 main activities of the project: 1. Fullday workshop May 28th 2019 to define and discuss the challenge 2. 2 day hackathon in October 2019 to make a successful proof of concept implementing a common FHIR model between several platform vendors and EMR systems. 3. A 2 day follow-up hackathon in April 2020 to further develop the model from the first hackathon and to implement the national classification for contacts in primary care issued by the National Board of Health and Welfare

The project description has been provided by the project members themselves and the text has not been looked at by our editors.

Last updated 3 July 2020

Reference number 2019-01082

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