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healthcare, e-health, interoperability, openEHR, Postmodern EHR, Think!EHR Platform, clinical information system

Application-centric and data-centric interoperability

January 25, 2019 Tomaž Gornik
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Healthcare is undergoing a transformation to an integrated, multi-provider model where the patient or more appropriately the citizen sits firmly at the centre. The focus has clearly shifted from individual care episodes to continuity of care and finally to holistic, population health management. It is not individual providers but governments at municipal, regional or national level that are ...
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healthcare, paperless hospital, Postmodern EHR, digital, openEHR, NHS Ecosystem

A CIO’s journey towards a paperless hospital starts with developing an IDCR

July 20, 2018 Jaka Kladnik
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We recently hosted a webinar with Andy Blofield, the CIO at University Hospitals Plymouth NHS Trust, responsible for both the delivery of operational IM&T services and an ambitious programme of digitisation. Mr. Blofield shared his perspective on setting up a single Integrated Digital Care Record. He believes an IDCR is a necessary step in the journey towards the stage 7 of the Electronic Medical ...
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healthcare, paperless hospital, Postmodern EHR, digital, openEHR, NHS Ecosystem

Key takeaways from the ‘OpenEHR within a mature NHS Ecosystem – the Plymouth Perspective’ conference

July 02, 2018 Jaka Kladnik
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With Tomaž Gornik Co-chair, openEHR Foundation & CEO, Marand On April 18th, our CEO and Co-chair of the openEHR Foundation Tomaž Gornik gave a presentation at the ‘OpenEHR within a mature NHS Ecosystem – the Plymouth Perspective’ conference. Besides speaking himself he also attended the presentations of other speakers, so we asked him to give us a first-hand account of the event. The conference ...
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