Ensuring full availability of selected and secured medical data from the VFN
Project title: “Ensuring full availability of selected and secured medical data from the General Teaching Hospital to authorized health entities and patients, linked to the technological readiness to link to other eHealth projects”
Project start date: 14. 2. 2018
Project end date: 31. 12. 2021
Budget: 99 999 999 CZK
Project implementer: General University Hospital in Prague
The VFN in Prague launched the project in February 2018 „Ensuring full availability of selected and secured medical data from the General Teaching Hospital to authorized health subjects and patients, connected with technological readiness to link to other eHealth projects”, registration number CZ.06.3.05 / 0.0 / 0.0 / 16_034 / 0006372. The project is co-financed by the European Union from the European Regional Development Fund and was supported under the 26th call Integrated Regional Operational Program, Investment Priority: 06.3.05 Strengthening ICT applications for eGovernment, e-learning, e-inclusion, e-culture and e-health.
Total maximum amount of European Regional Development Fund for project implementation: CZK 80 862 999.19, which is 80.86% of total eligible public expenditure. Total maximum state budget funds earmarked for project implementation: CZK 19,136,999.81, which is 19.14% of total eligible public expenditure.
The implementation of the project represents a significant contribution to the electronization of the healthcare system and the overall e-Health concept. Implementation of modern technologies used in the implementation of the project will create the prerequisites for future follow-up to other projects implemented within the national eHealth concept.
The project has these main goals:
Ensuring easy and integrated access of authorized persons to comprehensive information on provided health services, ensuring accessibility of services by simple electronic communication tools.
Improve data sharing and communication between health service providers.
Increase the efficiency, quality, availability and safety of the system and the care provided.
Ensuring and developing infrastructure for sharing and delivering health services.
It will unify work processes and transfer information in and out of the hospital, saving costs. The output of the project in achieving the above objectives will be a modernized NIS solution, increasing the level of support for the performance of the applicant's agendas and processes, increasing operational stability and security and ensuring at least four new IS functionalities. Secure data transfer and quality archiving will be guaranteed.