20120430 technologies at the Andalusian Healthcare Ministry v1.0
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A short description about the new SOA Strategy in the Andalusian Healthcare Ministry - IT Division. Causes, strategy and application in the way to achieving a soustenible bussiness and technology ...

A short description about the new SOA Strategy in the Andalusian Healthcare Ministry - IT Division. Causes, strategy and application in the way to achieving a soustenible bussiness and technology model as well as a high level of interoperability

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    20120430 technologies at the Andalusian Healthcare Ministry v1.0 20120430 technologies at the Andalusian Healthcare Ministry v1.0 Presentation Transcript

    • An overview José R Fernández Engo Responsible of SOA – IOP StrategyAndalusian Healthcare Ministry – IT Division
    • Andalusian Healthcare MinistryData:Healthcare has public financing and universalscope.Population: 8,3 M (17,8% population of Spain)Area: 87.579 km2Professionals: >80.000GP centers: >1.500 (including assigned)Hospitals: 29 + 16 high resolution centersGeneral Budget: 8.600 M€IT Budget: 80 M€ (ratio: 0.93%)
    • History 2001: BDU – Users Database 2002: InterSas (citizen’s web access) and AGD (System of demand management for programmed surgery). Scheduling by phone. Electronic prescription. 2005: Deployment of Urgencies Application 2006: Scheduling by web. 2007: Deployment of Analitic Corporative Module 2009: First Deployment of DAH 2010: SOA Strategy beginning. Rethinking DAH 2012: SOA – DAH operative in 10 hospitals. Including big hospitals (>1,000 beds)
    • History 2001: BDU – Users Database 2002: InterSas (citizen’s web access) and AGD (System of demand management for programmed surgery). DAH is a corporative IT solution for Hospital. It includes a HIS application, RIS application, Scheduling by phone. Electronic application and Nursering application, Clinical prescription. 2005: Deployment of Urgencies Application the SOA services and infrastructure used by all of them, including the services from/to central 2006: Scheduling by web. Scheduling, MPI, applications as authentication/authoring application, etc. 2007: Deployment of Analitic Corporative Module 2009: First Deployment of DAH 2010: SOA Strategy beginning. Rethinking DAH 2012: SOA – DAH operative in 10 hospitals. Including big hospitals (>1,000 beds)
    • Current Use >7,9 M EHRs 1.145 GP principal centers conected (100% population covered), 28 hospital areas and 3.500 pharmacies. Dialy Users: >17.000 healthcare professionals and 3.500 pharmacists. >9.000 concurrent users in GP 39,7M GP sheets, 3,0M emergencies, 400M scheduled appoinments. And 58% of use of the global electronic prescription/dispensation circuit
    • Our problem: IT before 2009 N1 N2 Fecha, cie9 FTP Sin formato AP1 AP2 N,cie10 N3 FTP AP4 AP9 dblink no bussiness perspective chino N,a,dN6 jdbc AP10 XMLs HL7 2.3 no sustainability Loinc, sc AP7 AP15 Fecha,d odbc AP6 deutsch D, date FTP Datum, monate AP8 a,d N4 d N5 Id,d
    • Our SOA solution : conceptual architecture BAM: monitoring bussiness process BPM: modeling bussiness process (including guidelines)
    • SOA is our pathway to IOP SOA implies: Governance Knowledge, Knowledge, Knowledge Normalization, standars, master data, bussiness,… productivity, costs, escalability, reuse… IOP
    • Some actual key-points: Interoperability Technical Office created at Juny, 2010. 25 IT external professionals guided by STI Corporative projects working on SOA: 20 Services designed on SOA Strategy: 72 Composites applications: 124 Technological environments: 34 Processed messages: 37,359,912 from January, 2012 24 certificated external providers
    • DAH: first experience HIS HOSPITAL ClinicalNursering BDU BDU AGDPHARM. DAE C. Externas y Urgencias (EG,EM,….) MACO Estructura MACO Estructura EHR RIS Old concept
    • Contact: jose.fernandez.engo.sspa@juntadeandalucia.es