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Big data 2013 elizabethpalmer

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Technology is evolving rapidly and its pace of development is challenged with fundamental, global issues of complexity, privacy, ethics, and security. Existing software architectures compete with these developing systems, and often their earlier (and external) systems cannot communicate with one another due to differences in coding (IBM, 2012). Other technical elements vary between facilities, states and countries and in this sense; quality is always a competing issue. This article discusses how data flow operates within existing systems and how future innovations may aid the flow of data that is both meaningful to decision makers and practical in application.

A transaction based care concept allows for integrated, connected and disconnected transactions to occur in real time.

With a rapidly aging population in most western countries and sheer expansion of population growth within emerging countries including greater efforts to control and prevent HIV and pandemic events, our patients of the future deserve the very best technology that can be offered at the point of treatment and beyond. Each time we travel, we also understand how the world shrinks in terms of size and distance.

An event may change a life forever in positive terms where information can be transacted safely, efficiently and effectively in real time.


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Big data 2013 elizabethpalmer

  1. 1. Consumer Portal.>Operations B2B relationship and control group for engagement.>Clinical Link – CPOE.<Universal Funding Module<. <Medico/Legal Watch.>ITM; Internal Transaction Manager. Developed by: Elizabeth Palmer, Nesreen Hassan, Kerryn Butler‐Henderson, Emma Amozig, Richard Cederberg
  2. 2. The pace of technology developmentis challenged with fundamental, global issues ofcomplexity, privacy, ethics, and security.Existing software architectures compete with developingsystems, and often systems cannot communicate withone another due to differences in coding (IBM, 2012).Our work considers how data flow operates withinexisting systems and how future innovations may aid theflow of data that is both meaningful to clinical decisionmakers and practical in application.Developed by: Elizabeth Palmer, Nesreen Hassan, Kerryn Butler‐Henderson, Emma Amozig, Richard Cederberg
  3. 3. Clinical decision making. Where did we begin? Developed by: Elizabeth Palmer, Nesreen Hassan, Kerryn Butler‐Henderson, Emma Amozig, Richard CederbergConsumer/Patient Remote Access  Action FeedoverGPACUTECLINICEDADMISSIONSNURSE THEATRE
  4. 4. So where did we expand our thoughts?Developed by: Elizabeth Palmer, Nesreen Hassan, Kerryn Butler‐Henderson, Emma Amozig, Richard CederbergSource: Adapted from the IBM banking transaction model 
  5. 5. The aim of further proposed research is to investigate how we can further develop innovative solutions to make real time information available for practitioners, health care organisations and government that is accessible: 1) in terms of operability and finance, as it is; 2) holistic to the care recipient/patient and; 3)  minimises barriers to accessDeveloped by: Elizabeth Palmer, Nesreen Hassan, Kerryn Butler‐Henderson, Emma Amozig, Richard Cederberg

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