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The Patient Portal at Oslo University Hospital, Challenges and Lessons Learned. Jor S. eHealth week 2010 (Barcelona: CCIB Convention Centre; 2010)

The Patient Portal at Oslo University Hospital, Challenges and Lessons Learned. Jor S. eHealth week 2010 (Barcelona: CCIB Convention Centre; 2010)

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    The Patient Portal at Oslo University Hospital, Challenges and Lessons Learned The Patient Portal at Oslo University Hospital, Challenges and Lessons Learned Presentation Transcript

    • Sissel Jor Section manager Research and Patient Services, ICT department Oslo University Hospital
    • MinJournal.no (myRec) Active • The patient portal at User relations Oslo University Hospital, challenges and lessons learned Passive New health concepts 2004…
    • Change.. Mergers and demergers Economic challengers Relocations
    • Challenges • Coordination • Continuity • Communication
    • MinJournal (myRec) services Secure Self messaging reporting Booking Forum MyMedicines Discharge Deputy Diary Note Solution (Lab results) RareICT (wiki) MyHealth Accounts
    • The users OUS, Blodseksjonen OUS, Barn OUS, Føderiket STHF, Nyre OUS, Infertilitet STHF, Lipid STHF, Smerte STHF, Audiologisk OUS, Døve-psykiatri OUS, Av.hjemmesykehus STHF, Barn OUS, Analatresi OUS, PKU OUS, Kreft
    • The patients want this “The perfect solution for us will give us the opportunity to share information about our disease and medication between different health institutions. I hope my grandson, Martin will not have to be ”psycologist” whenever he meets new health professionals.”
    • And doctors…. “Establish a long-lasting collaborative environment between experts and patients by providing continous information through web-based follow-up” Doctor, OUH, 2009
    • Lessons learned • Everything takes time • The goal is moving – be prepared for side-roads and detours • Think security from the start • Involvement of patients, doctors, managers, politicians • Be a combination of evangelist and nanny (re-involvement) • Built-in flexibility • Stubbornness is important
    • What next? • More departments • More hospitals • More organizations • More interaction • Maybe national