Hospital Information System

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Hospital Information System by Mind Map: Hospital Information System

1. Standarts

1.1. HL7 v3

1.2. HL7 v2

1.3. DICOM

1.4. ISO/IEEE 11073

1.5. IHE

1.6. EDIFACT

1.7. CDA

2. Layers

2.1. Domain Layers

2.1.1. Patient care

2.1.1.1. Patient Administration

2.1.1.2. Decision Making, Planning, Organization of Treatment

2.1.1.3. Order Entry

2.1.1.4. Diagnostic, Therapeutic, Nursing Procedures

2.1.1.5. Coding

2.1.1.6. Discharge & Data Transfer

2.1.2. Supply&Disposal Management, Scheduling, Resource Planning

2.1.2.1. Supply&Disposal Management

2.1.2.2. Scheduling and Resource Allocation

2.1.2.3. HR Management

2.1.3. Hospital Administration

2.1.3.1. Patient Administration

2.1.3.2. Archiving of Patient Information

2.1.3.3. Quality Management

2.1.3.4. Accounting&Controlling

2.1.3.5. Facility Managent

2.1.3.6. Information Management

2.1.3.7. Hospital Managementnt

2.1.3.8. Research&Education

2.2. Physical Tool Layer

2.2.1. Server & Communication networks

2.2.2. Clients

2.2.3. Storage

2.2.4. Non Computer Based Data Processing Systems

2.2.5. Infrastructure

2.3. Logical Tool Layers

2.3.1. Electronic Health Record

2.3.2. RIS

2.3.2.1. PACS

2.3.3. LIS

2.3.4. CIS

2.3.5. Patient Admission System

2.3.6. Medical Documentation System

2.3.7. Nursing Management and Documentation System

2.3.8. Outpatient Management System

2.3.9. POE

2.3.10. PDMS

2.3.11. Operation Management System

2.3.12. Enterprise Resource Planning System

2.3.13. Data Warehouse

2.3.14. Document Archive

3. Typs of Hospital Information Systems

3.1. non computer basedd

3.2. computer based

3.3. Mix of both

4. Challenges of a HIS

4.1. acceptence

4.2. Data redundancy

4.3. transcription

4.4. maintaining referential integrity

4.5. costs

4.6. privacy and security

4.7. specials

4.7.1. terminology

4.7.2. stabiity

4.7.3. transinstitutional information management

5. Architectures of a HIS

5.1. Database typs

5.1.1. single DB1 Style

5.1.2. Multiple DBn Style

5.1.3. Mix DB1/DBn

5.2. Application componets

5.2.1. Monolithic AC1

5.2.2. Modular ACn

5.3. Products/Vendors

5.3.1. all-in-one V1

5.3.2. best of breed Vn

5.4. Communication pattern

5.4.1. Spagetthi CPn

5.4.2. Star CP1

5.4.3. Mixed CP1/CPn

6. Typs of integration

6.1. Data integration

6.2. Semantic integration

6.3. Access integration

6.4. presentation integration

6.5. contextual integration

6.6. function integration

6.7. process integration

7. Integration Technologies

7.1. federal Database system

7.2. Transaction Management

7.3. Middleware

7.4. Communication Server

7.5. Remote function call

7.6. Service oriented Architecture

8. Reasons for HIS

8.1. sharing the same information

8.2. Improving quality of care reducing cost

8.3. to satisfy Doctors need for information

8.4. Increasing amount of information

9. Types of systems

9.1. artifical systems

9.2. natural systems

9.3. sozio-technical systems

10. Components of information systems

10.1. business functions

10.2. enterprise functions

10.3. hospital funtions