Information system to management comprehensive metabolic panel tests in hospitals of Huila - Colombia department
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Corporación Universidad de la Costa
Currently, hospitals in the Department of Huila in Colombia need hospital information systems that allow them to guarantee the integrity and readability of patient information; in addition, they need to do health information available at the point of care where it is located, regardless of the institution providing care where it is served. As a result, Huila's hospitals do not yet have these information systems; therefore, health care staff use outdated, complex and unstructured methods to store data on all types of results and examinations performed, so that they can later be examined and analyzed by a physician in charge and then make the appropriate decisions. Therefore, this project implements an information system to optimize the management process of Comprehensive Metabolic Panel (CMP) tests in Huila's hospitals in order to improve the organization of results; and thus make access more timely and efficient. The designed information system is based on the HL7-FHIR standard (Health Level 7 - Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources). As a result, we designed and implemented a system that uses technologies such as Java, MySQL, Java, CSS3, HTML5, among others. Finally, we concluded that the proposed information system can minimize execution times, and facilitate the management of the comprehensive metabolic panel tests by the team of medical assistants when a patient's results have been elaborated.
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