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A model for a regional health information network sharing clinical information between professionals in Britanny

A model for a regional health information network sharing clinical information between professionals in Britanny

Studies in Health Technology and Informatics 124: 449-454

The purpose of this paper is to present a generic model of information system supporting healthcare networks for health professionals in Brittany. This model is aimed to develop cooperation between hospital professionals, primary care and practitioners whatever the specific pathology, by providing tools for exchanging and sharing medical-related data. The model is designed based on the heterogeneity factors revealed by a prospective survey. It includes secured exchange of nominative medical data, all other information and activities being accessible by a Web portal. Other associated tools are a synchronous collaborative platform, and a e-learning module. The first implementation, currently in use by the professionals, is presented for the existing neurology healthcare networks.

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