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Patient Data Exchange Server

  1. 1. Open Standard PATIENT DATA EXCHANGE Cloud and Cloud-enabled EHR system<br />
  2. 2. Motivations<br /> More attention on Health Information System.<br />New federal regulations issued that the electronic health records–that all Americans are supposed to have by 2014<br /> Referral system requires open standard Medical Record transfer<br /> Proper Means To Exchange and Manage a Patient Records and Data among various Health Care Providers with secure and reliable processes <br /> Medical hubs To Provide a High Quality World Class Medical Care<br />
  3. 3. What is Patient Data Exchange Server(PaDES) And Software Development Kit?<br />It is simple, secure, high reliable and available Patient Data Exchange solutions to broker and escort the patient information between the registered Health Care Providers.<br />Two major modules<br /> - Patient Data Exchange Server<br /> - Software Development Kit (SDK) <br />
  4. 4. Patient Data Exchange Server<br />acts as a broker among health care providers.<br />Using proven technologies such as open standards, secure and reliable, cloud computing, web2.0 and high performance computing. <br /> Provide secure and reliable services such has<br />HealthCare Provider Registration<br />Patient Data Exchange Brokerage<br />Patient Data Transfer in Push and Pull Mode<br />Data exchange support via various open standards such as HL7 and future standard protocols.<br />
  5. 5. Software Development Kit(SDK)<br /> a set of library functions that helps brokering and assisting for patient record exchanges with secure and reliable communication functions<br />
  6. 6. Open EHR system<br />Evaluate open source EHR system such as worldVista –to enhance and provide automatic patient record transfer and cloud-enabled facilities with the following objectives<br />Support open standard patient referral and record exchange<br />Ease of installation and upgrade<br />Improve manageability and operations of the systems and infrastructures<br />thus improve reliability and cost of ownership <br />Disaster recovery readiness <br />
  7. 7. Scenarios<br />Patient Data Exchange server(Broker)<br />Hospital B<br />H<br />Validate and Request to Receive Patient data<br />Hospital A<br />Validate and Request to send Patient data<br />HL7 2.0<br />DCOM<br />XML<br />HL7 2.5<br />XML<br />HL7 2.5<br />SDK<br />SOAP<br />SOAP<br />SDK<br /> HL7<br />Figure 1: Data Exchange Between Two Hospitals<br />
  8. 8. Architecture<br />The architecture of PaDES consists of number<br />of healthcare providers connected to data exchange server.<br /> Data exchange server act like a broker which provides a Communication between health care providers.<br />
  9. 9. Archiecture (continued)<br />Figure 2 : Architecture of Patient Data Exchange System<br />
  10. 10. Features<br /> - Interoperability<br />Creates a Interoperability among Healthcare provider to securely and easily exchange Patient Information.<br /> - Pull and Push Mode<br />Both Pull and Push mode for exchanging patient data between Healthcare provider is supported.<br />
  11. 11. - SDK(Software Development Kit) <br />It Provides a set of library functions that convert Proprietary patient record data to various formats.<br /> - Report <br />Subscription and Service Usage report is supported.<br />
  12. 12. - Reliability, Safety and Disaster Recovery<br />
  13. 13. Use Cases :Administrator & sample screens<br />Administrator Login Page<br />
  14. 14. Admin page<br />
  15. 15. Various Function Of Admin<br /><ul><li> List Pending Provider: Display the registered users that are not activated.
  16. 16. List Active Provider: Display the registered users that are activated.
  17. 17. List All Staff: Display the Personal that associated each user.
  18. 18. User Report: Display the Login Information of Users at what time it was Online and Offline.</li></li></ul><li>List Pending Provider<br />
  19. 19. List Active Provider<br />
  20. 20. List Staff<br />
  21. 21. User Report<br />