Architecture of digitalisation in healthcare and social welfare
We advance interoperability in the healthcare and social welfare sector in a practical and target-oriented manner.We have unique industry know-how that helps connecting healthcare and social welfare services’ technological solutions into interoperable and practical entities. Our consultants have, on average, ten years of experience in equivalent specialist tasks in the industry.
The added value of technological solutions is created by interoperability
Healthcare and social welfare service systems are under constant change due to broad societal trends, reforming of service provision models and regulations directing the structures, operations and information management. Digitalisation has a significant role in enabling and challenging this development.
Healthcare and social welfare operators must be able to recognise the integral reformation and developmental needs, to prioritise them and to find functional practices in a mainly uncertain environment that consists of solutions at various life stages. Therefore, the most significant challenge in this environment is achieving interoperability. Carefully planned architecture helps to see the bigger picture and creates conditions for constructing interoperability.
Constructing interoperability since 2007
We have helped our clients in designing healthcare and social welfare sector’s architecture and constructing interoperability since 2007. We have unique industry know-how that helps connecting all different perspectives into interoperable entities in a practical and target-oriented manner. We are profoundly familiar with the welfare sector’s legislation, specific features and development cycles. Therefore, we also understand what cannot be done within the framework of the regulations. That is why we emphasise on interoperability.
We choose suitable architectural methods, models and frameworks and apply them to construct interoperability. We are familiar with the sector’s standards for architecture and integration, as well as the information models (including HL7, Continua, Snomed). Undoubtedly, some of our competitors can do the same. However, we at Salivirta can proudly proclaim that we have the unique ability to provide our clients an unrivalled combination of knowledge of the healthcare and social welfare sector, information management know-how, and knowledge of information systems.
Examples of our services regarding the architecture of digitalisation in healthcare and social welfare
- Creating both enterprise and targeted architecture on national and regional levels
- Data architecture of interoperability in healthcare and social welfare
- Specifying solution architecture in regional and local implementations
- Designing, specifying and directing integration and consolidation projects
- Requirements and operation specifications for developing integrated systems
- Architecture requirements for procurements
- Development strategy and roadmap descriptions
- Data specifications and classifications for information systems
- HL7 specifications for system integrations (HL7 FHIR, CDA-files, HL7 v.2.3. and v3 data traffic)
- Architecture coaching for system vendors and development trajectory planning in terms of the utilisation of national and regional services
- Interoperability specifications for Kanta-services
Our clients include administrative members of the Ministry of Social Affairs and Health, regional and local healthcare and social welfare service organisers and providers, and the service providers and system vendors operating in the target area.
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