Framework di architettura di servizi per la sanita'
 
              



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The research project, co-financed by MIUR under the “Programma Operativo Nazionale (PON) Ricerca e Competitività 2007-2013” (National Operational Programme for Research and Competitiveness), aims, through research and testing, to implement a framework of plug-and-play services, based on the SOA paradigm and comply with international standards HSSP for the new generation of distributed architectures of Electronic Healthcare, which comprises the use of ICT tools to support and promote the prevention, diagnosis, treatment and monitoring these diseases, and the management of health and lifestyle.

The key role, that new communication technologies play in improving the quality and access to care, is acknowledged, as well as the efficiency of the system and also in the new approaches based on prevention. Without the effective use of these technologies it is impossible to improve, or even maintain the quality of care whilst, at the same time, being able to keep control of costs.

Today it is possible to take a step towards the interoperability of health and social processes, by adopting a pervasive approach that is not limited to standardization of the content, but through a new way of addressing the problem: on the one hand, addressing standardization, both at a functional and technical level, towards those "generic" services, which are involved in virtually all processes that play a key role and, secondly, through the '"immersion" of these processes into a service oriented architecture and the use common of "generic" services.

Thanks to HealthSOAF framework it will be possible to integrate the social and health process functions as provided by the “back-end” and “front-end” interaction that has evolved with and among citizens, patients, doctors, and organizations.

 
 
Ministero della Salute : eHealth - Sanità in rete

Ministero della Istruzione della Università e della Ricerca

Health Level Seven Italia

Object Management Group

Healthcare Services Specification Project

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