2015 № 4 Raising the Effectiveness of Inpatient Care Through Implementation of HIS and Related Optimization of Business Processes.
The paper considers the issues of raising the effectiveness of inpatient department services through health care information system implementation. The authors further analyze a number of business processes, which gain from implementation of an electronic patient record and can be performed less expensively. The paper also provides an example of effective utilization of a health care information system resulting in cost saving
2017 № 4 Ways of Increasing the Efficiency of Work with Electronic Medical Documents
The paper discusses the ways of increasing the efficiency of the use of electronic medical documents in a healthcare information system (HIS). The author focuses on the management of the electronic document semantics through the thesaurus mechanism. The author further proposes the technology of conducting and applying concepts at different stages of work with electronic documents in a HIS.
2017 № 4 Changing Functional Requirements for HIS in the Process of Reforming the Health System
The paper analyses the changes of functional requirements for healthcare information systems (HIS) at the
present time. It would be useful for the architectures and developers of modern HIS.
2017 № 4 At the Present Stage, How to Bring Together Long Term Experience in Healthcare Information Systems Development and Latest Technology?
The paper describes an approach to creating healthcare information systems (HIS) encompassing a long-term experience in healthcare automation, the changed conditions for the functioning of HIS, as well as latest requirements to designing and supporting them. The paper would be useful for the developers and users of modern HIS
2017 № 4 The Place of HIS in Methodology of Health Automation
The paper considers the aspects of health automation which are directly determined by the increasing efficiency of health care organizations that have switched to HIS, both as a means of automation of the health care organization itself and as a composite fragment of a regional or departmental HIS.
The article will be useful to the heads of hospitals, heads of IT services, specialists of companies engaged in the devel- opment and implementation of HIS, as well as for anyone interested in the issues of healthcare automation.
2016 № 6 Medical information system Interin PROMIS Alpha – new horizons.
The new Interin IPS software platform and Interin PROMIS Alpha Healthcare Information System, which is a new version of the Interin PROMIS HIS family and which is based on this platform, are the results of intensive research carried out by Interin Group experts. The new version retains all the functionality that benefits older versions of HIS while at the same time providing new quality characteristics for the system functioning. The developed technology allows to smoothly upgrade earlier versions of the system ensuring the updating stability of the information system.
2016 № 6 A Project for the Creation of a Management Information System for a Large Multidisciplinary Healthcare Organization. The Results.
The paper presents the experience of building the Information Management System of 9 Medical and diagnostic center of the Russian ministry of defense. Building integrated solutions for medical institutions included in a medical organization is not a trivial task; the build process takes a long time, technologically and knowledge-intensive. The generalization of this experience, as well as a description of some key decisions are the subject of this article. The paper concludes that it is possible to use the created system configuration as a model for military health care facilities.
2015 № 4 Business Process Modeling in Healthcare Organizations: Process classification.
In this paper, we identify the problems of classification of business processes within of the task of building a healthcare organization model. The paper will be useful for designers and developers of healthcare information systems, medical officers, health professionals, as well as graduate and post-graduate students.