The community, #1Patient1Record4Belgium, is committed to data systems in the healthcare industry of Belgium. In addition, the community stands for a good connection between the global medical record (GMD) and the electronic health record (EHR). The GP has access to the global medical record (GMD). The electronic health record (EHR) is managed completely separately by the hospital. Healthcare data in Belgium requires a good unified overview of all important patient data, making it possible, with the patient’s consent, to have all data, transparently, available for access. Searchable, and regardless of the source. There should be no difference between the data in the electronic health record (EHR) and the global medical record (GMD). Unfortunately, these crucial differences between records are still too frequent in the healthcare system in Belgium today. Do you also recognize this problem and do you want this will change? Join our community now via the link below.
The Healthy Data Tales are 20 minute long interviews with subject matter experts about data issues in Healthcare.
The focus of #1patient1record4Belgium is to bring the patients back to the centre of the discussion and to make them decide on how to use their data. The community is aiming for better healthcare and eventually saving lives. By finding out what is going wrong and looking for ways to improve, we are talking to the different stakeholders in the healthcare community. From doctor to patient, from CEO to IT specialist.