Integration with the Spanish regional EHRs

The Spanish regions maintain different corporate systems of electronic health records (EHR). Thanks to our experience we help you to manage and achieve integration with the regional EHRs.

We help you to integrate with the EHR of the regional health systems

Electronic Health Record (EHR)

The digitalization of health, eHealth, with the electronic medical record as a central part, brings important benefits:

  • Safe and reliable storage of clinical information.
  • Centralization of all information in a single registry that avoids omission and duplication.
  • Availability of the record at any time and in any location.
  • Security in the identification of both the patient and the healthcare professional.
  • Acceleration of administrative procedures.

In addition, eHealth, along with its derivatives teleHealth and mHealth, allow new services impossible to provide previously such as

  • patient telemonitoring,
  • collaboration between specialists from different centres,
  • the implementation of clinical decision support systems,

among many others.

Regional public health systems in Spain

In Spain, the different regions provide public healthcare and have developed initiatives to digitalize the clinical records of public health.

The implementation of these health records is widespread and there is continuous progress towards greater interoperability:

  • between central, departmental and third-party solutions;
  • with providers and clients who provide and consume clinical information;
  • with partially or fully outsourced systems;
  • and the national health system.

This means that interoperability is a requirement for everyone who wants to work with the public health system. Integration is a necessary condition and an essential part of any project.

How to integrate with a public health system?

Integrating with a public health system can be challenging:

  • There are both in-house developments and third-party commercial software.
  • The administrative management of integration requires a considerable amount of paperwork and documentation.
  • Systems in operation can change for many reasons.
  • Not all the health services are equally homogeneous and different solutions can coexist.

At Caduceus we have extensive experience integrating with EHR and public health systems and can help you manage, plan and implement the integration of your solution successfully.

Regional EHR systems

  • Diraya (Andalusia)

    <strong>Diraya</strong> supports the electronic medical record of the <strong>Andalusian Health Service (Servicio Andaluz de Salud, SAS)</strong>, integrating all health information and the management of the health system.

  • Madrid Region EHR

    In <strong>Madrid Health Service (Servicio Madrileño de Salud, SERMAS)</strong>, different systems coexist: <strong>AP-Madrid</strong> is the HCE for primary care; others like Selene, HP-HIS and Florence for specialized care.

  • IANUS (Galicia)

    <strong>IANUS</strong> is the unified registry of all clinical information of the <strong>Galician Health Service, (Servizo Galego de Saúde, SERGAS)</strong>.

  • Medora & Jimena (Castile and León)

    <strong>Medora</strong> for primary care and <strong>Jimena</strong> for specialized care comprise the electronic medical record of Castile and León Healthcare (Salud Castilla y León, SACYL).

  • Mambrino XXI & Turriano (Castilla-La Mancha)

    <strong>Mambrino XXI</strong> for specialized care and <strong>Turriano</strong> for primary care form the electronic medical record of the <strong>Health Service of Castilla-La Mancha (Servicio de Salud de Castilla-La Mancha, SESCAM)</strong>.

  • Jara (Extremadura)

    <strong>Jara</strong> provides unique and integrated patient information on the <strong>Extremadura Health System (Sistema Extremeño de Salud, SES)</strong>.

  • Balearic Islands EHR

    The electronic medical record of <strong>IB-Salut, the Balearic Islands Health Service</strong>, is made up of solutions from different providers that integrate to deliver the service.

  • Navarre EHR

    The <strong>Navarre Health Service – Osasunbidea</strong> has its own Electronic Health Record.

  • HC3 (Catalonia)

    The <strong>Shared Clinical History of Catalonia (Historia Clínica Compartida de Cataluña, HC3)</strong> from <strong>CatSalut</strong>, the Catalan Health Service.

  • HSE (Valencian Community)

    <strong>Història de Salud Electrónica (HSE)</strong> of the <strong>Conselleria de Sanitat of the Generalitat Valenciana</strong>. Several applications are used: Abucasis in primary care, Orion Clinic in hospitals and Florence in privately managed hospitals.

  • Osabide Global (Basque Country)

    <strong>Osabide Global</strong> is the electronic medical record of <strong>Osakidetza</strong>, the Basque Public Health System.

  • Drago (Canary Islands)

    <strong>Drago AP</strong> and <strong>Drago AE</strong> compose the electronic medical record for primary and specialized health care of the <strong>Canary Islands Health Service (Servicio Canario de Salud, SCS)</strong>.

  • Millennium (P. of Asturias)

    <strong>Millennium</strong> is the electronic medical record of the <strong>Principality of Asturias Health Service (Servicio de Salud del Principado de Asturias, SESPA)</strong>.

  • Murcia EHR

    The <strong>Murcian Health Service (Servicio Murciano de Salud, SMS)</strong> uses an OMI-based EHR for primary care and Selene for hospital care.

  • Cantabria EHR

    The electronic medical record of the <strong>Cantabrian Health Service (Servicio Cántabro de Salud, SCS)</strong> is made up of different solutions such as Altamira Clínica, OMI-AP and Gacela Care.

  • Aragon EHR

    The <strong>Aragonese Health Service (Servicio Aragonés de Salud, SAS)</strong> has OMI-AP as an electronic medical record for primary health care.

  • La Rioja EHR

    <strong>Rioja Salud, Riojan Healthcare,</strong> uses Selene as an electronic medical record.

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