Nowadays, many healthcare providers archive and manage patients’ data in an electronic format. The reuse of such clinical information is essential from both a scientific and financial perspective; and for the integration of primary care and clinical research, which has become a main goal. The objective of the proposed solution is the integration of data between a web platform, developed for research purposes, and HIS. Information is shared through a bidirectional standard interface, based on healthcare ontologies (LOINC, ICD and SNOMED) and standard messaging (HL7 CDA V3 R2) for data exchange. Such an interface allows data import from HIS to a web platform and vice versa. Currently, this project is implemented in the Infectious Diseases context. A complete data integration and semantic interoperability has been obtained between the “Ligurian HIV Clinical Network” and the Infectious Diseases wards of different hospitals throughout the region.

A Standard Interface for Data Reuse in Infectious Diseases

PUPELLA, VALERIA;GAZZARATA, ROBERTA;FRACCARO, PAOLO;DI BIAGIO, ANTONIO;DENTONE, CHIARA;FILACI, GILBERTO;FENOGLIO, DANIELA;FERREA, GIUSEPPE ANGELO;VISCOLI, CLAUDIO;CASSOLA, GIOVANNI;GIACOMINI, MAURO
2014

Abstract

Nowadays, many healthcare providers archive and manage patients’ data in an electronic format. The reuse of such clinical information is essential from both a scientific and financial perspective; and for the integration of primary care and clinical research, which has become a main goal. The objective of the proposed solution is the integration of data between a web platform, developed for research purposes, and HIS. Information is shared through a bidirectional standard interface, based on healthcare ontologies (LOINC, ICD and SNOMED) and standard messaging (HL7 CDA V3 R2) for data exchange. Such an interface allows data import from HIS to a web platform and vice versa. Currently, this project is implemented in the Infectious Diseases context. A complete data integration and semantic interoperability has been obtained between the “Ligurian HIV Clinical Network” and the Infectious Diseases wards of different hospitals throughout the region.
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