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Deployed Solutions

The following table indicates known current and contracted future deployments of openEHR solutions into production healthcare delivery settings and operational secondary use contexts, including medical research and public health. Please contact us, to notify of other openEHR deployments.

Country Provider/authority Description Vendor(s) Status
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Australia

Queensland Health
Australian state health authority responsible for the providing public health 4.5m consumers; Centre for Healthcare Related Infection Surveillance and Prevention (CHRISP).
Infection Control system, Multiprac, for 140+ hospitals in Queensland based on the Ocean OceanEHR platform. Ocean Health Systems Deployed Aug 2012
Western Sydney Primary Healthcare Network & Western Sydney local Health District
Community health organisation
Integrate care project between acute care and primary care for NSW health. Ocean Health Systems
Deployed June 2015
Western Sydney Medicare Local
Community health organisation
Community Health record for 350 GP clinics in Western Sydney. Ocean Health Systems
Deployed December 2013
Northern Territory Health
Australian state health authority responsible for the providing public health 233,000 consumers
Shared Electronic Health record for over 50,000 remote indigenous people in the NT and other states in Australia. Ocean Health Systems Deployed October 2012
St Andrews Hospital Toowoomba, Queensland, Australia
Regional private hospital
Multiprac Infection Control and Staff Health system based on the Ocean OceanEHR platform Ocean Health Systems Deployed June 2012
St Vincents Holy Spirit Hospital, Brisbane, Australia
Large private 225 bed hospital
Multiprac Infection Control and Staff Health system based on the Ocean OceanEHR platform Ocean Health Systems Deployed December 2012
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Brazil

Around 3,000 health professionals including doctors (primarily ophthalmologists - Brazilian College of Ophthalmologists), physiotherapists, nurses and receptionists. Web-based ambulatory care EHR system P2D, Brazil Deployed Feb 2012
SPAsaude health plan
Boa Esperança, São Paulo
Web-based ambulatory care system for chronic care management ezVida, Brazil Deployed June 2012
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The Netherlands

Diagnostiek voor U A structured and standards based clinical data repository (CDR) for lab and other healthcare services. Marand, Slovenia Deployed Feb 2017
Eurotransplant International Foundation A structured and standards based clinical data repository (CDR) for Eurotransplant applications / registries. Marand, Slovenia Deployed Feb 2017
GGZ Noord Holland Noord
Mental health organisation
MedPlus24 medication viewer (openEHR 1.0.2), to view all prescribed medication for a specific patient. The information is digitally collected from all the surrounding city pharmacies in the region. Code24, The Netherlands Deployed April 2011
GGZ Friesland
Mental health organisation
mConsole & Base24 EHR solution (openEHR 1.0.2), where Base24 is used as an integrated database which links the patient portal and several other 3rd party systems directly with the EHR. Patients and care providers work seamlessly with the same data. Code24, The Netherlands Deployed August 2012
Rode Kruis Ziekenhuis
Hospital
BeterVerwijzen a digital referral system (openEHR 1.0.2), where a home physician is able to make an electronic referral which is managed and processed in combination the EHR. Code24, The Netherlands Deployed November 2012
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Norway

The DIPS EPR solution is in use in 3 of the 4 regions in Norway, corresponding to about 85% of beds.

DIPS Arena, based on openEHR archetypes and release 1.0.2 is being rolled out across the country from 2014 - 2018 to DIPS hospitals using the existing DIPS 'classic' system. The first production version of DIPS Arena was put in production at Oslo University Hospital on October 2014 alongside the current DIPS Classic. As of now the trauma center and the orthopedic ER are using archetypes for documentation. OUS are expanding the use of Arena to other areas, first up is a large clinic for STDs where archetypes are now under development and will support both clinical notes and patient self registrations which are used both for the clinicians and for public health reporting. During 2015 the medication solution will be converte to be fully archetype based, and similarly the CPOE-modules.

The two other regions are in different stages of planning. The Nordic region will start using our surgery planning system which is fully archetype based in September and will receive modules for psychiatry by the end of the year. Similarly the western regions plan to start implementation projects for outpatient clinics this fall, with projected startup Jan 2016.

DIPS also cooperates on the national ICT archetype development project, utilising the Norwegian CKM.

DIPS asa Deploying since 2014
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The Philippines

Ayala Healthcare Holdings A structured and standards based clinical data repository (CDR) for a comprehensive Primary Care EHR solution built on top of Think!EHR Platform. Marand, Slovenia Deployed Jan 2017
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Portugal

IdealMed, Coimbra, Portugal
Large private hospital covering all medical specialties and settings including inpatient, outpatient, surgery, emergency, Medical Training, Clinical Research and Clinical Trials
Clinical Repository & Clinical Trials Management System Critical Software S.A., Portugal Deployed May 2011
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Russia

Moscow City Department of Information Technologies
Authority responsible for e-health solutions for Moscow's 12 million, and 130,000 users in 780 facilities.
The integrated Medical Information and Analytical System (IMIAS) project centralises electronic health records for Moscow, including all primary health centres and city hospitals, using Marand’s Think!EHR™ Platform. IMIAS provides patients with convenient alternatives for medical appointments, relieves doctors of the burden of paperwork and allows the authorities to supervise the provision of medical care. Prime: IBS, Moscow
EHR platform: Think!EHR™ - Marand (Slovenia)
Clinical applations: Infinnity (Russia)
City-wide use for all the GPs and hospitals in the city of Moscow, 2016.
Clinic of Chelyabinsk Medical Academy
572 beds, 196 physicians, 386 staff in total
openEHR-based EHR system covering specialities including Infectious Diseases, Reanimation and Intensive Care, Surgery (including Cardio and Emergency departments), Gyneacology, Neurology, Obstetrics etc. Infinnity, Russia Deployed late 2012
Federal Medical Biological Agency of Trekhgorny, Chelyabinskaya oblast
403 beds, 119 physicians
Federal Medical Biological Agency of Chelyabinsk, Radiation Rehabilitation Center
200 beds, 36 physicians, 76 staff in total
openEHR-based EHR system covering specialities including Infectious Diseases, Reanimation and Intensive Care, Surgery (including Cardio and Emergency departments), Gyneacology, Neurology, Obstetrics etc. Infinnity, Russia Deployed 2012
Russian Railways Medical Center, Chelyabinsk, Department of Southern Urals
630 beds, 700 physicians, 1500 of staff in total
openEHR-based EHR system covering specialities including Infectious Diseases, Reanimation and Intensive Care, Surgery (including Cardio and Emergency departments), Gyneacology, Neurology, Obstetrics etc. Infinnity, Russia Deployed 2011
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Slovenia

University Medical Center Ljubljana, Slovenia
UMCL is a tertiary care institution covering all medical specialties with more that 2,000 beds and 7,500 employees including 1,200 physicians.
The Children's Hospital has been using the Marand Think!Med Clinical applications over the Think!Med EHR platform for two years. The system is being expanded to other departments such as Radiology, Nuclear Medicine, Cardio Surgery and Infectious Diseases. Marand, Slovenia Deployed April 2011
Institute of Oncology, Ljubljana
The Institute is the leading cancer care and research institution in the region. 400 beds, 150 physicans and 800 staff.
Think!Screening, based on the Think!EHR Platform, provides a medical data repository and supports the workflow for Slovenia's National Breast Cancer Screening program. It covers screening of all women between the ages of 50 and 69 and is run countrywide by the Institute of Oncology. Marand, Slovenia Deployed Dec 2012
Ministry of Health, Slovenia
The Slovenian Ministry of Health is responsible for the majority of all healthcare delivery institutions in the country.
National health information exchange network enabling sharing of clinical information among all healthcare stakeholders. Provides the interoperability backbone providing services to eHealth applications such as eReferral, ePrescription as well as national health registries. Based on established industry standards including IHE and openEHR. Consortium led by Marand, Slovenia Contracted Sep 2012; deployed Q2 2013
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Sweden

Cambio COSMIC customers in Europe including:

Sweden:

  • Capio St Göran Hospital (Stockholm)
  • Region Jönköpings Län
  • Region Östergötland
  • Landstinget i Karmar Län
  • Region Kronoberg
  • Landstinget Västmanland
  • Landstignet i Värmland
  • Landstinget i Uppsala Län
  • Region Jämtland

Denmark:

  • South Region

United Kingdom:

The openEHR archetype-based Cambio COSMIC 8.1 is being rolled out to 8 regions (30% of Swedish EHR market) in 2015 and onwards. Some of these deployments are among the largest in Europe covering more than half million population with one instance that covers entire healthcare delivery across primary care centres, regional hospitals and University hospital.

The new COSMIC Clinical Decision Support (CDS) product line is built entirely based on openEHR archetypes and Guideline Definition Language (GDL). In 2014, the Cambio Stroke Prevention CDS application was tested successfully at 5 clinics in Östergötland. The CDS products will be gradually deployed to the Cambio Swedish region customers from 2015.

Cambio Healthcare, Sweden Deploying 2014, 2015, ...
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UK

100,000 Genome information integration research project, UK
Genomics England is working with NHS England (NHSE), Public Health England (PHE), Health Education England (HEE) and NHS Trusts.

The mission of the organisation is focused on combining clinical and whole genome sequencing data in rare disease, cancer, and infection with the goal to make UK the first ever country to introduce this technology in its mainstream health system.
  • Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children
  • University College London Hospitals
  • Barts Health
  • London North West Healthcare
  • Moorfields Eye Hospital
  • Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital
  • Royal Free London
North Thames GMC set up an interoperability infrastructure based on openEHR to more easily collect phenotype data from all the trusts that participate in the 100,000 genome project.
North Thames GMC’s use the Marand’s Think!EHR Platform and tools to set up a vendor-neutral clinical data repository that will store the phenotype data from all the participating NHS Trusts (up to 13).
Marand, Slovenia April 2017

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