Emergency Care Summary of NHS Scotland, UK
A primary care medication and allergies record for the whole population of some 5 million people, available 24/7 to Out of Hours (OOH), Accident and Emergency (A&E), and NHS24 (call helpline) services.
The socio-economic impact of NHS Scotland’s Emergency Care Summary
Computerised Patient Record Systems at the University Hospitals of the Canton of Geneva, Switzerland
An EPR-based information system, including full CPOE, across the 7 public and teaching hospitals on 4 campuses and more than 30 ambulatory facilities.
The socio-economic impact of the computerised patient record systems at the University Hospitals of Geneva
Hospital Information System at the National Heart Hospital Sofia, Bulgaria
An EPR-based information system putting the patient at the centre of medical and non-medical processes in the multi-site hospital.
The socio-economic impact of the Hospital Information System in National Heart Hospital-Sofia, Bulgaria
Regional EHR and ePrescribing system Diraya in Andalusia, Spain
Andalusia's EHR and ePrescribing system, currently comprising more than 6.8 million records, connects the majority of the region's public primary care facilities, ambulatory and A&E hospital departments, as well as all pharmacies.
Regional ePrescribing system Receta XXI in Andalusia, Spain
Receta XXI is a module of Diraya serving all medication related processes in primary care – from ePrescription to dispensing – including decision support features and interfaces to other systems like billing and pharmacy stock management.
Regional integrated EHR and ePrescribing across the Kronoberg county, Sweden
A standardised, fully integrated and shared electronic healthcare record and ePrescribing system spanning the entire health service system and available to all 2 hospitals, 31 healthcare centres, 3 mental health units, and 25 dental care centres in Kronoberg county.
The Kolín-Čáslav health data and exchange network, Czech Republic
Two hospitals and 20 private doctor (GPs and specialists) practices exchange medical records of patients facilitating continuity of care.
The socio-economic impact of the Kolín-Čáslav health data and exchange network
Dossier Patient Partagé Réparti (DPPR) – Shared and Distributed Patient Record platform in the Rhone-Alpes Region, France
The health platform connects 30 hospitals in the Rhone-Alpes Region. The DPPR covers 2 million medical documents for 200,000 patients stored remotely and accessed in real time independent of the healthcare location.
The socio-economic impact of the health information system of the Rhône-Alpes region (SISRA)
Regional Healthcare Information System in Lombardy, Italy
An ePrescribing and EHR network covering the whole Lombardian population connects 34 public hospitals, 2,500 pharmacies, 15 local healthcare units, and 1,500 private healthcare service providers.
Nation-wide health information network, Israel (qualitative report)
A network for sharing all existing medical information from any point of care, covering nearly 5 million people. The interoperability solution specifically created for health information exchange (HIE) spreads across healthcare service boundaries.
The socio-economic impact of the electronic health records and health information network in Israel
NorthShore University HealthSystem, Northwestern Healthcare, USA (qualitative report)
This complex hospital information system connects 4 hospitals and about 80 GP offices. Among the roughly 6.000 USA hospitals, it is one of the very few using a completely electronic, fully integrated health record and hospital information system that is built around the patient.
The socio-economic impact of the EHR system at NorthShore University HealthSystem, Chicago