Designing access control in a health information exchange
Protecting personal health information from unauthorized access is a major concern to many people today. This whitepaper addresses the challenges related to protecting patient privacy by means of controlling who has access to clinical documents.
Enterprise Clinical Document Management - Vision or Reality?
Worldwide healthcare institutions are confronted with an enormous increase of medical data that needs to be exchanged in or outside the institution in an uncomplicated manner with respect to security and
patient privacy. Standards-based interoperability and vendor-neutrality are essential for your enterprise strategy for clinical document management.
IHE XDS - Sharing Medical Documents across Enterprises
IHE XDS is a so-called interoperability profile that describes how to establish true interoperability between healthcare enterprises when exchanging patient information. Find out how IHE XDS, when combined with other IHE profiles, provides a rock solid solution for exchanging sensitive data in the medical enterprise.
Whenever you acquire a new (clinical) IT system it will need to connect into your existing IT landscape. The new system may need to bring in information that is stored in other systems or it may need to provide information into these systems to make most use of the individual systems’ power. Learn why interoperability standards are essential to connect your systems and how to reach true interoperability.
UK NHS and Interoperability - why the time is now
Integrated communicating computer systems permeate our modern world. Ever since the advent of the internet we have seen the speed up of computerised communications and interoperable working. But not so in the NHS. The time is now for interoperability in the United Kingdom.