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Web-based integrated public healthcare information system of Korea : Development and performance

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  • Web-based integrated public healthcare information system of Korea
  • Ryu, Seewon; Park, Minsu; Lee, Jaegook; Kim, Sung-Soo; Han, Bum Soo; Mo, Kyoung Chun; Lee, Hyung Seok
  • The Korean Society of Medical Informatics


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Title Web-based integrated public healthcare information system of Korea
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Development and performance

Material Type Articles
Author(English)

Ryu, Seewon; Park, Minsu; Lee, Jaegook; Kim, Sung-Soo; Han, Bum Soo; Mo, Kyoung Chun; Lee, Hyung Seok

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[Seoul, Korea]:The Korean Society of Medical Informatics

Date 2013-12
Journal Title; Vol./Issue Healthcare Informatics Research:vol. 19(no. 4)
Pages 10
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
File Type Link
Subject Industry and Technology < IT
Social Development < Health
Holding The Korean Society of Medical Informatics

Abstract

Objectives: The Web-based integrated public healthcare information system (PHIS) of Korea was planned and developed from 2005 to 2010, and it is being used in 3,501 regional health organizations. This paper introduces and discusses development and performance of the system. Methods: We reviewed and examined documents about the development process and performance of the newly integrated PHIS. The resources we analyzed the national plan for public healthcare, information strategy for PHIS, usage and performance reports of the system. Results: The integrated PHIS included 19 functional business areas, 47 detailed health programs, and 48 inter-organizational tasks. The new PHIS improved the efficiency and effectiveness of the business process and inter-organizational business, and enhanced user satisfaction. Economic benefits were obtained from five categories: labor, health education and monitoring, clinical information management, administration and civil service, and system maintenance. (The rest omitted)