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Seoul National University Bundang hospital's electronic system for total care

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  • Seoul National University Bundang hospital's electronic system for total care
  • Yoo, Sooyoung; Lee, Kee Hyuck; Lee, Hak Jong; Ha, Kyooseob; Lim, Cheong; Chin, Ho Jun; Yun, Jonghoar; Cho, Eun-Young; Chung, Eunja; Baek, Rong-Min; Chung, Chin Youb; Wee, Won Ryang; Lee, Chul Hee
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Title Seoul National University Bundang hospital's electronic system for total care
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Yoo, Sooyoung; Lee, Kee Hyuck; Lee, Hak Jong; Ha, Kyooseob; Lim, Cheong; Chin, Ho Jun; Yun, Jonghoar; Cho, Eun-Young; Chung, Eunja; Baek, Rong-Min; Chung, Chin Youb; Wee, Won Ryang; Lee, Chul Hee

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

Date 2012-06
Journal Title; Vol./Issue Healthcare Informatics Research:vol. 18(no. 2)
Pages 8
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: Seoul National University Bundang Hospital, which is the first Stage 7 hospital outside of North America, has adopted and utilized an innovative and emerging information technology system to improve the efficiency and quality of patient care. The objective of this paper is to briefly introduce the major components of the SNUBH information system and to describe our progress toward a next-generation hospital information system (HIS). Methods: SNUBH opened in 2003 as a fully digital hospital by successfully launching a new HIS named BESTCare, “Bundang hospital Electronic System for Total Care”. Subsequently, the system has been continuously improved with new applications, including close-loop medication administration (CLMA), clinical data warehouse (CDW), health information exchange (HIE), and disaster recovery (DR), which have resulted in the achievement of Stage 7 status. Results: The BESTCare system is an integrated system for a university hospital setting. (The rest omitted)