Virtual children's hospital

Virtual children's hospitalThe IT development aimed at creating a virtual children's hospital facility, known as the MagTár-project, was realised under the New Széchenyi Terv by T-Systems Hungary (and its predecessor, ISH Informatika Kft.). Called under the Economic Development Operative Program, the project was set up with the aim of supporting corporate innovation in accredited clusters with a total sum of HUF 460 million; the support intensity of the project was 40%. The pilot version of the system, developed in the MagTár-project, is currently used in the Paediatrics Clinic and Children's Healthcare Centre of the University of Szeged.

In the MagTár-project a virtual children's hospital system is being built which can secure high-level IT infrastructure for all children healthcare institutions. MagTár enables the application of forward-driven, innovative healthcare solutions in paediatrics. The virtual children's hospital is an integrated, yet flexibly scalable IT system containing medical-professional modules with a graphical interface that can be accessed by its users any time and from anywhere independent of the platform they may be using. MagTár makes the effective collaboration of geographically distant and remote work teams a reality. Team members operate independent of each other without being tied to any physical location or work site neither as part of an organisation nor in respect of the utilised resources. Using an appropriate logistic arrangement, the required laboratory tests can thus be centralised, and support/integration of the actors in basic child healthcare supply (linking the school, paediatricians, epidemic organs, athletic therapists in an information system) can be achieved in a cost-effective manner.

Owing to the project, even a number of different and independent institutions are now able to perform patient-care activities in a shared professional and supportive environment while their accounting, statistical and user environments retain their independence as individual units. The data inventory that is generated in the course of operation can also be utilised to support research, for example, or to provide up-to-date leader information.

In order to lay down the foundations for and to support the developments in the project with an independent professional approach, the project coordinator T-Systems Hungary cooperated closely with the key institutions in child healthcare supply including the Paediatrics Clinics and Children's Healthcare Centre of the University of Szeged, the Vadaskert Children's Psychiatry Hospital and Special Outpatient Care, and its R&D partner, the Systematology Innovation Centre Zrt.

Owing to the successes of ISH Informatikai Kft., one of the predecessors, T-Systems Hungary is a recognised player on the market of healthcare IT with a range of diverse references. Standardised as of 1st October, the strategic aims of T-Systems Hungary include the retention and development of existing professional competencies such as healthcare, whose practice requires special skills and knowledge.

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