PHARMA Personal Hospitalization Records Management

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Design and development of a
WEB APPLICATION
EXPLOITING the WEB OF DATA
for the CREATION, MANAGEMENT
and REUSE
of PERSONAL
HOSPITALIZATION RECORDS

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PHARMA Personal Hospitalization Records Management

  1. 1. PHARMAPersonal HospitAlizAtionRecordsMAnagement<br />InterDataNet - info@interdatanet.org<br />Maria Chiara Pettenati, Lucia Ciofi, Lorenzo Bianchi, Ernesto Iadanza, Stefano Turchi, Riccardo Billero, Franco Pirri and Dino Giuli<br />May 3 2011<br />
  2. 2. Telematics Lab, Electronics and TelecommunicationsDept@University of Firenze, IT<br />Ing. Maria Chiara Pettenati<br />Ing. Lucia Ciofi<br />Ing. Lorenzo Bianchi<br />Ing. Ernesto Iadanza<br />Ing. Stefano Turchi<br />Ing. Riccardo Billero<br />Prof. Franco Pirri<br />PhD Program in Telematics and Information Society telematicsys.det.unifi.it<br />Prof. Giuli <br />
  3. 3. PHARMA objectives<br />3<br />Design and development of a WEB APPLICATION EXPLOITING the WEB OF DATA for the <br />CREATION, <br />MANAGEMENT <br />and REUSE <br />of PERSONAL HOSPITALIZATION RECORDS <br />
  4. 4. Background <br />4<br />Web of Documents evolves in the Web of Data <br />Reuse of information fragments via the Web <br />Reuse of Personal Private Information on a Web-wide scale poses problems of security and privacy and limits the widespread diffusion of e-government applications<br />
  5. 5. Objectives<br />Design a develop a e-health application on top of a Web of Data infrastructure allowing the distributed management of Hospitalization Records<br />Demonstrate its validity and applicability in a security and privacy safe way on a Web scale thus paving the way for its wider reuse in the more general Personal Health Record (PHR). <br />5<br />
  6. 6. Project Steps <br />6<br />Design and development of the application for the management of hospitalization records on top of a Web of Data infrastructure (InterDataNet)<br />Analysis of the hospitalization record<br />Integrated Therapeutic Chart (ITC)<br />Definition of a the hospitalization record conceptual model <br />Analysis and definition of the application workflow <br />Use cases and sequence diagrams<br />Application implementation <br />Design and development of the GUI <br />Design and development of the interconnection with the IterDataNet infrastructure<br />Use Cases validation in real settings <br />
  7. 7. Hospitalization Records vs Personal Health Record<br />7<br />
  8. 8. A complete and accurate summary of the health and medical history of an individual by gathering data from many sources and making this information accessible online to anyone who has the necessary electronic credentials to view the information.<br />Personal Health Record (PHR)<br />8<br />PHR<br />
  9. 9. A complete and accurate summary gathering all the personal data and meaningful clinical information related to a patient and to a single hospitalization episode (Italian Health Ministry, 1992).<br />Hospitalization Records (HR)<br />9<br />HR<br />PHR<br />
  10. 10. Hospitalization Records vs Personal Health Record<br />10<br />PHR<br />HR<br />
  11. 11. Is an internal communication tool aimed at integrating into a single documentall the information related to the therapeutictreatments of an hospitalizedpatient. Management of ClinicalRisk Unit, TuscanyRegion , 2005 (G.R. n. 267 16-04-2007)<br />Integrated Therapeutic Chart (ITC) (in Italian: SchedaTerapeuticaUnica - STU)<br />11<br />
  12. 12. PHR vs Hospitalization Record vs STU<br />12<br />PHR<br />HR<br />STU<br />
  13. 13. Definition of a the hospitalization records conceptual model 1/3 <br />13<br />PHR<br />Personal<br />HospitalizationRecords<br />
  14. 14. Definition of a the hospitalization records conceptual model 2/3<br />14<br />HR<br />Hospitalization Record<br />
  15. 15. Definition of a the hospitalization records conceptual model 3/3<br />15<br />ITC<br />IntegratedTherapeutic Chart<br />
  16. 16. Collaborating on the Hospitalization Record 1/2<br />HR<br />Hospitalization Record<br />Nurse administersdrug<br />MedicalDoctorprescribes a treatment<br />Radiologist X-rays the patient<br />16<br />
  17. 17. Collaborating on the Hospitalization Record 2/2<br />17<br />Doctor<br />Nurse<br />HTTP URI of the patient HR<br />HTTP URI of the patient HR<br />HR<br />Hospitalization Record<br />17<br />
  18. 18. 18<br />The doctors logs in with his credentials and looks for a specific patient<br />
  19. 19. 19<br />The doctor looks for the patient’s current Hospitalization Record<br />
  20. 20. 20<br />The doctor looks for the patient’s current Integrated Therapeutic Chart<br />
  21. 21. 21<br />The doctor prescribes a treatment on the Integrated Therapeutic Chart <br />and digitally signs the prescription<br />
  22. 22. 22<br />The nurse administers the treatment and digitally signs the Integrated <br />Therapeutic Chart<br />
  23. 23. PHARMA – the application<br />Is a Firefox plugin <br />Is a Web application exploiting the services offered by the InterDataNet middleware <br />security, privacy, versioning, replica, provenance, licensing <br />Allows asynchronous collaboration between different distributed actors in the hospital<br />Data are structured into documents <br />Hospitalization records, integrated therapeutic charts<br />Data are on the Web <br />Identified by HTTP URI<br />Reusable and manageable through HTTP operations (GET,PUT,POST,DELETE)<br />23<br />
  24. 24. InterDataNet<br />InterDatanetis an extension of the Web aiming to realize the Web of Data to allowcollaboration and reuse of complex information resourcesstructuredintodocuments<br />24<br />
  25. 25. 25<br />Is a four layer architecture<br />The top layer manages data <br />structured into documents <br />and offers APIs to Applications.<br />The bottom layers provide a <br />Web resource abstraction for <br />every single data to be reused. <br />The intermediate layers provide<br />further collaboration-enabling <br />services (versioning and <br />replica management.)<br />
  26. 26. PHARMA <br />application<br />infrastructure<br />
  27. 27. InterDataNetfeatures<br />General-purpose approach to data integration and interoperability <br />Based on a flexible Information Model (IDN-IM)<br />Hinging around the use of «documents»<br />Enables collaboration through sharing of structured documents <br />Provides infrastructural services to support workflows development <br />Scalable at a Web level <br />Provides configurable replication and versioning services <br />Supports privacy, provenance and security<br />
  28. 28. PHARMA’s architecture<br />28<br />Hospital Department LAN<br />PHARMA Proxy<br />Other Hospital Departments LANs<br />PHARMA Client<br />Internet<br />IDN Stack<br />IDN Stack<br />
  29. 29. Project Steps – tasks concluded <br />29<br /><ul><li>Analysis of the hospitalization record
  30. 30. Tuscany Regional standard Integrated Therapeutic Chart (ITC)
  31. 31. Definition of a the hospitalization record conceptual model
  32. 32. Analysis and definition of the application workflow
  33. 33. Use cases and sequence diagrams
  34. 34. Application implementation
  35. 35. Design and development of the GUI </li></ul>Design and development of the interconnection with the infrastructure<br />Use Cases validation in real settings <br />
  36. 36. Pilots<br />Industrialization<br />Research<br />Directions<br />
  37. 37. PHARMAPersonal HospitAlizAtionRecordsMAnagement<br />info@interdatanet.org<br />Maria Chiara Pettenati, Lucia Ciofi, Lorenzo Bianchi, Ernesto Iadanza, Stefano Turchi, Riccardo Billero, Franco Pirri and Dino Giuli<br />May 3 2011<br />

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