2017 № 3 Organizational telemedicine
Scientific bases of organizational telemedicine as a new direction of application of information and telecom- munication technologies in the system of citizens’ health protection are developed. The terminology, principles and role of telemedicine in the field of organization of public health and public health are defined. The advantages of using organizational telemedicine for improving the organization of medical care in the system of national and departmental health of the Russian Federation are shown. A new view of telemedicine as a tool for maneuvering health resources is proposed for the rapid change in the volume and level of medical care in the interests of a broad contingent of the population. The integrative role of organizational telemedicine in the integrated application of various information technologies in health care is shown
2019 № 1 Benchmarking for assessing the quality of digitization of radiology departments: methodology development
Basing on the “Digital Imaging Adoption Model (DIAM)”, systematized international and own practical experience, there
was developed a tool for benchmarking the level of digitization of radiology departments. The tool includes: 1) a reference “Medviz” maturity model of medical imaging digitization; 2) a basic methodological document (unified five-level digitalization strategy); 3) a digitization degree assessment tool; 4) a structured set of applications. In process of benchmarking, radiology departments are classified in accordance with the author’s Medviz model. Following the established level, a special set of recommendations is formed as basis for further managerial decisions. The methodology was successfully tested by us in five medical centers of the Department of Healthcare of Moscow. The development is applicable for complex studies of IT support of medical centers.
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.