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Project ID: IST-2000-75363
Funded under: FP5-IST
Country: Latvia

Tools and know-how of communication security, medical data warehouse development and management are deployable for rapidly growing health care IT management market

Tools and know-how of communication security, medical data warehouse development and management embrace Medical Data Warehouse (incl. data parser, database and doctor user interface); Intelligent data parsing components (incl. transport (data receiving and operating) layer and business logic (specific medical data operating) layer); Security and encryption components. Doctor user interface is usable as a stand-alone product for different medical data visualisation projects. Medical Data Warehouse is offered as a complete solution or integrated as part in existing hospital systems.

With intelligent data parsing components a wide range of applications can be designed and developed to receive data from different platforms and then proceed to any application on Windows platform. Business logic layer that contains specific medical business logic can be used as stand alone product for medical data transferring from electronic devices or manual input to Medical Data Warehouse. It is unique module that can be integrated and used in other medical applications.

Security and encryption components were designed and developed for purpose of transferring sensitive medical data and will be used in future projects (including data protection with digital signature). Overall, the results of the project allow our company to expand into healthcare market and provide services in a rapidly developing area of business.


Valdis LAUKS, (Project Manager)
Tel.: +371-9-248864
Fax: +371-7-020009
Record Number: 38627 / Last updated on: 2006-02-28
Information source: e-TIP
Collaboration sought: Available for consultancy, Marketing agreement, Further research or development support, Private-public partnership
Stage of development: Software code
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