Streamlining to a modern system

MidCentral District Health Board

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Building a National Patient-Centered Digital Health System

Andorra National Health Service

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Integrate records and improve patient safety

University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay NHS Foundation Trust

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A new level of care

Royal Papworth Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

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One-Patient, One-Record" E-Health System

Ministry of Health Brunei

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Hospital achieves HIMSS 6 Certification with EPR System

Ain Al Khaleej Hospital

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The radical change: from the

“episodic centric” approach to

the “continuum of care”.


True integration of services across the Continuum of Care becomes real through a dedicated platform that offers full semantic interoperability based on Open Standards (FHIR), enables the modernisation of existing applications and the creation of an open ecosystem of solutions addressing models of “API Economy”.

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  • Prevention
  • Early Detection
  • Diagnosis
  • Treatment
  • Rehabilitation
  • Follow Up
  • End of Life

Primary prevention moves along three lines: legislation, patient empowerment and immunisation by identifying two subjects, the patient, and the community

Early Detection

Clinical evidence clearly demonstrates how clinical outcomes directly related to the early detection and consequently early treatment of a pathology.


The value of an efficient and effective diagnostic activity is essential in the care process. Relying on increasingly quick, predictive and efficient tests can make a huge difference in managing new or existing pathologies.


At the “Core” of the process, all stakeholders need components supporting sharing information, clinical and nursing valuations, drug lifecycle management and the integration with robotic or devices technology.


Rehabilitation is one of the main pillars of the patient’s care path and its relevance will grow following the significant increase in life expectancy and related chronic diseases and disabilities.

Follow Up

The myriad of activities that define post-treatment and post-hospitalisation care requires the involvement of many healthcare professionals and the patient, who must be deeply involved and informed about their treatment plan and supported to apply and track the elements of their plan.

End of Life

Patient, their family and doctor are supported by a multidisciplinary team of specialists that can share clinical, nursing, psychological and social data, both in hospitals, nursing homes and directly at home.

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