For a considerable time we (Intesys Intenational) are developing Oracle-based (Oracle 8i) health information system, called ULTIMA*HIS (www.intesysinternational.com). However, the core of ULTIMA*HIS is centered around 'electronic medical recording', patient treatment progress notes. With the emergence of Oracle9i desing/development tools, we are planning to migrate the current client/server software (Developer/Developer Server, version 6) to the Internet in order to share, on a confidential basis, patient information and thus substantially reduce the cost of the paper-based medical recording. We have developed 3 generic types of medical recording: 1) chronological, 2)POMR(problem-oriented medical records) and 3) S-O-A-P (Subjective-Objective-Assessment-Plan). We are challenging Oracle 'shops', interested in this demanding field, to join our developments. So far we have groups here in the US, Saudi Arabia, Czech Republic and UK.
Oracle so far produced 2 component: Oracle9i and Oracle9i Development Server. The third, the most important one, Oracle Forms9iAS, is still under development and has been promised to be delivered in this 1Q.
If you are to share the information on the internet, what technologies and strategies are you implementing to ensure security?
I have an interest in recording patient events (not necessarily care spell events) at remote sites (possibly mobile, e.g. on home assessment visits) and uploading to a central secure server.
First thing first. We need the announced Oracle9i Forms in the first instance. Provided, this product will work as indicated in Oracle White Paper, then we will publish EPR as an open-source software... Yes, we are also working, a separate group in Chicago, on a Phone-PDA (e.g., Handspring) project for physicians.. Then will come a mature Tablet PC in the picture. OK?!
at eMDMAnager.com we are also doing something simillar. But we are starting this from scratch. May be there is a place for collobaration.
Yes we can help.
Glad to here that. We at EMDMAnager are also doing this work. Except we don't have no product to move from.Our product is under testing with some practices in usa and india.
Anyway we would like to co-operate.
I am Domain Expert involved in HIMS LIMS and ERPS in the healthcare area.
I along with my team would be interested in contributing towards the arvhitecture and development of the Program.
My contact email for this purpose is as under:
I am game to your idea of providing a EMR on the lines that you have / are working on. Maybe if attempt is successful we could consider add on to make the record complete.
Looking for your comments here and on my mail ID above.
Dr Bhupinder Singh