2020 № 1 Application of distributed registry technology and smart contracts in medicine
Аuthors consider the technology of distributed registries and, in particular, blockchain as one of the potential technical solutions that can ensure the protection of patient data. According to the authors, the technology of distributed registers should be used to collect primary data, verify the interaction of various institutions, work with electronic medical records. The use of blockchain technology can lead to the creation of a comprehensive system of «health», within which it will be possible to make the transition to personalized medicine.
2021 № 4 THE SYSTEM FOR ASSESSING THE DYNAMICS OF THE PATIENT'S CONDITION IN THE PROCESS OF REMOTE NEUROREHABILITATION THROUGH THE PORTAL “NEURODOM”
Progress in the field of information technology has made it possible to successfully apply modern computer technology for various tasks in medicine. This article presents the capabilities of the NeuroDom information system for assessing changes in the condition of a patient undergoing rehabilitation after suffering neurological diseases. The main feature of the described approach is that the patient’s rehabilitation was carried out remotely, through the NeuroDom portal.
2017 № 2 The performance management system of the healthcare institutions: experience of using information technology to enhance research productivity
The original platform «Benchmarking research productivity» was developed in 2010 and integrated as a component of the research process management system in the NII KPSSZ. The designed platform addresses all the critical issues relevant for the management of the modern major health research institute. In the period from 2011 to 2015, the number of the articles published every year the research staff increased by 42.6%, the number of articles indexed in Web of Science and / or Scopus – increased 2.2 times; the number of citations for all publications increased 6 times; the average number of publications per 1 author increased by 27.1%. Information technology being one of central components allows to assess research productivity in the Research Institute management system and to monitor accurately the task performance by the local staff. The platform provides transparency of productive processes and gives opportunity to achieve main management objectives, i. e. motivation and coordination.