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Large Scale Disaster Management in Healthcare Deploying ICT by Olav Veum Eielsen

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Large Scale Disaster Management in Healthcare Deploying ICT by Olav Veum Eielsen Anesthesiologist, Director Regional Centre for Medical Emergency Research and Development,
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Large Scale Disaster Management in Healthcare Deploying ICT by Olav Veum Eielsen

  1. 1. 1 Large Scale Disaster Management in Healthcare - Deploying ICT Olav Eielsen, MD Director The Regional Centre of Medical Research and Development Stavanger University Hospital, Norway
  2. 2. RAKOS is a center of research and development of the prehospital emergency services in the western part of Norway Part of Stavanger University Hospital, Norway
  3. 3. EU – project “BRIDGE” - “Bridging resources and agencies in large-scale emergency”
  4. 4. Partners 4 BRIDGE Nordic ValEDation Days, Oslo, 18-19 November 2014
  5. 5. The EU-project BRIDGE The ultimate goal was to: Increase the safety of citizens by developing solutions that could improve the management of crisis and emergencies
  6. 6. Brussels International Airport Attack Photo:http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x3zbt8x What is the EU-project «BRIDGE» VISION Facilitate: • Cross-border and cross- agency collaboration • Common operational picture of the incident site • Integration of resources and technologies into workflow management;
  7. 7. In big incidents: The prehospital phase is to day characterized by •high manual workload •little use of modern technology •voice based communication •Little use of data-communication 2nd world war : Only voice communication «Same today» : Only voice communication (via tetra radio) 1940 2016
  8. 8. Mass casualty incidents are characterized by a situation where emergency medical treatment capacity is complete overloadet by the number and severity of casualties….
  9. 9. One patient and one chain of survival Advanced medical treatment can do «miracles»:
  10. 10. Large scale incident -mass casulties: •Several patients – per one chain of survival •Imbalance between medical nead and treatment capacity •Modern ICT can compensate this imbalance
  11. 11. «Old fashion triage system»
  12. 12. BRIDGE CONCEPT: E-Triage bracelet Logistic part •GPS tracking location •Transmitting via 4 G •Time-stamp system (time on-site , time under transport a time of arrival at the hospital) «Micro» patient monitor: •E Triage system (re-assessment) colors changeing •Alarmfunction •Skin-temperature •Peripheral pulse-detection •Blod pressure trend Under developing: Movement sensor : «Consciousness indicator ? (correlating Glascow Coma Scale ??)
  13. 13. Time stamp when patient is passing the door in the : Ambulance Hospital
  14. 14. Todays situation Problem: Difficult to establish a common opertaional pictute Exchange of information mainly through voice communication BRIDGE Nordic ValEDation Days, Oslo, 18-19 November 2014
  15. 15. 18 Future situation: Use of modern ICT BRIDGE Nordic ValEDation Days, Oslo, 18-19 November 2014 / ConceptConcept casescases / Concept cases /Concept cases /
  16. 16. BRIDGE-consept cases First Responders Integrated Training System Information Intelligence Dynamic tagging Advanced Situation Awareness Drone Robust and Resilient Communication The HelpBeacons app Adaptive Logistics
  17. 17. Drone loaded with sensors Transmitting to the screen in the Disaptch center
  18. 18. SUM UP VIDEO……SUM UP VIDEO……
  19. 19. Conclusion:Conclusion: By Introducing Modern ICT you can: - reduce today`s workload by 30 % - improve large scale emergency management
  20. 20. Thank you ..and welcome to Norway..

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