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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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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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Postmodern EHR: Solving the feral systems dilemma

January 30, 2017 Tomaž Gornik
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Feral systems are software solutions developed by individuals or groups to help with day-to-day activities. They are called feral (or “wild”) because they are used in addition to core IT systems, working around key system architecture - more often than not without the blessing of management.
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The Postmodern EHR: The Data Layer

May 04, 2016 Tomaž Gornik
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When it comes to health data interoperability, there are two schools of thought. The first believes that since there are so many systems already in place, we should agree on the exchange format (and recently the APIs) and convert the proprietary data into that format as needed. This is the preferred approach today when faced with a large installed base of megasuite solutions. The focus here is on ...
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