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Telemedical technologies to support intersectoral healthcare of nephrological patients

In the treatment of patients in German hospitals there are almost 900,000 cases of kidney damage to acute kidney failure every year. For diagnosis and optimal care, the addition of a nephrological specialist is crucial.

As part of the project NephroTeTe – Telemedical technologies to support intersectoral healthcare of nephrological patients, we are creating opportunities for rapid intervention by established nephrology specialists in hospitals without nephrology department, with the goal to reduce this high number of cases.

The project objective is to develop a cross-sectoral communication structure between the treating physicians, allowing them to assess and optimise therapies. The underlying communication structure consists of an exemplary connection of various information systems to the electronic medical record. The interoperable data exchange takes place using IHE-compliant technologies such as HL7v3, CDA and eLetter. This structure gives MedVision information system users direct access to the electronic medical record from within the system.



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Digital Allround-Care Ecosystem for comprehensive networking & simple communication in health care

The demand for telemedical methods to support integrated patient care has been increasing steadily in Germany.

The focus of the DACE - Digital Allround-Care Ecosystem project is the development of an intersectoral, secure and standardised communication platform while taking the aspects of the new e-health law into account.

DACE focuses on networking the entire healthcare community through the involvement of all stakeholders, including clinicians, specialists, general practitioners and family physicians, as well as their patients. The aim is to optimise the daily medical routine by bundling all services with the help of a location-independent browser-based communication platform.

DACE not only facilitates communication in structurally weak regions, but also supports the patient's informational self-determination. By linking to existing and future smart services of the integrated patient care, DACE makes a significant contribution to transforming the interconnectedness of all medical actors.