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Smart Information System for Gachon University Gil Hospital

Authors
Journal
Healthcare Informatics Research
2093-3681
Publisher
The Korean Society of Medical Informatics (KAMJE)
Publication Date
Volume
18
Issue
1
Identifiers
DOI: 10.4258/hir.2012.18.1.74
Keywords
  • Application
Disciplines
  • Medicine

Abstract

Objectives In this research, the hospital information system of Gachon University Gil hospital is introduced and a future strategy for hospital information systems is proposed. Methods This research introduces the development conditions of hospital information system at Gachon University Gil hospital, information about the development of the enterprise resource planning (ERP), a medical service process improvement system, and the personal health record (PHR) system. Results The medical service process and work efficiency were improved through the medical service process improvement system, which is the most common hospital information system at Gachon University Gil hospital and which includes an emergency medical service system, an online evaluation system and a round support system. Conclusions Gachon University Gil hospital developed medical service improvement systems to increase work efficiency of medical team and optimized the systems to prove the availability of high-quality medical services for patients and their families. The PHR-based personalized health care solution is under development and will provide higher quality medical service for more patients in the future.

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