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IT-based Development Solution for Primary Medical Care Institutions


Primary medical care institutions have a weak foundation for IT-based development and need to be connected to regional health information platforms. To avoid building multiple grassroots healthcare information systems one by one, improve building efficiency, unify the management of medical service processes of primary medical care institutions within a region, and support collaboration on medical resources within the region, the information platform of primary medical care institutions must be built at low costs and can be easily accessed.

Challenge

Primary medical care institutions have a weak foundation for IT-based development and need to be connected to regional health information platforms. To avoid building multiple grassroots healthcare information systems one by one, improve building efficiency, unify the management of medical service processes of primary medical care institutions within a region, and support collaboration on medical resources within the region, the information platform of primary medical care institutions must be built at low costs and can be easily accessed.


Requirement analysis:


  • Small hospitals, health service centers, clinics in villages and townships, and community hospitals currently need to build their own 5S information systems, including hospital information system (HIS), laboratory information system (LIS), clinical information system (CIS), picture archiving and communication system (PACS), and radiology information system (RIS). The operation and maintenance (O&M) costs are high.
  • Primary medical care institutions are scattered and isolated from each other in terms of information exchange. Resources can hardly be shared among them, and medical images cannot be backed up for a long time.
  • Regional grassroots healthcare information systems are isolated from each other and fail to provide support for making public health decisions.


Figure 1-1 Application scenarios of the Huawei IT-based Development Solution for Primary Medical Care Institutions



Solution Overview

The Huawei IT-based Development Solution for Primary Medical care institutions adopts cloud computing, browser, and server technologies, and supports centralized deployment of the 5S systems of the information platform of primary medical care institutions. Primary medical care institutions who rent the system access the network in a unified manner. As a result, they achieve IT-based development at low costs without maintaining the systems. In addition, network capacity can be expanded online for storage, desktop cloud, unified management, and uninterrupted services through cloud-based deployment of the information systems of primary medical care institutions. Multiple access methods are also provided in different network environments to ensure secure and uninterrupted access.


Figure 1-2 Overview of the Huawei IT-based Development Solution for Primary Medical Care Institutions



Benefits

  • Primary medical care institutions need to deploy only access terminals. With the leased platform software and storage, these organizations do not need to build, deploy, or maintain the 5S systems, thus reducing their total cost of ownership (TCO).
  • Medical organizations are connected to the regional healthcare platform through cloud and network technologies. A centralized basic health system is established within a region to unify medical processes, personnel management, logistics management, financial management, communications, and O&M. The unified platform improves system building efficiency, facilitates sharing of information resources within a region, and enhances collaboration on medical resources.
  • The costs of managing each TB of data are reduced by 40% because cloud-based and centralized data management, disaster recovery, and backup provide higher security. The IP storage area network (SAN) architecture is highly reliable and enables centralized management, storage, geographical/hierarchical backup, and software running, which makes information search and query more convenient.

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