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How to implement a Hospital System HISThis article is based on experience gained in more than one installation of a Hospital System (HIS) and attempts to show what we have experienced.

For purposes of illustrating the complexity of this project, we selected a National Institute receives patients from around the country and has at least 30 service units, several operating rooms, outpatient, emergency, ambulatory medicine, laboratories, among many other services .

Technology in a Hospital SystemInside a Hospital Information System (HIS), is common the management of clinical history for first time patients and then the subsequent progress notes stored and data types as input that allow medical professionals take a set of pictures of the body that is their specialty, where you can make annotations, can consult at any time and even to see them grouped to determine whether the procedures, drugs and materials healing have had the desired result, this is the purpose of this module.

RIS system on a HISThe exchange of information between a hospital information system and RIS Radiology Information System is achieved through the use of sockets, where you first create the data structure that will interpret the RIS system and then make the connection with the concept of customer server.

This document is divided into two (2) parts, the first part explains the preparation of the data and the second shows an example of handling sockets.

Nonprofit foundation for womenThe nonprofit Fundación Luis Pasteur currently serves an average of 22,000 patients per year, of which 99.8% are women.

Attention makes its facilities both in Mexico City, and through the conference program and performs medical, to bring women community health service aimed at preventing cervical cancer and breast cancer.

In the field of information systems experience was bad, this is due to two situations, the first who has worked with two different applications that now support the operation and cause the recapture of most of the information and what it entails and hiring a vendor that did not meet expectations.

Hospital Information SystemsBefore turning to the management of patients in the ER, I note that there are some peculiarities in the handling of medical records for some institutions.

Originally we assume that a medical consultation, is associated with only one doctor and a patient, but for some institutions it is necessary that several patients can be associated to one or more physicians, for example in food talks, to name one, on other occasions it is necessary associated with a patient several physicians for the type of treatment applied.

The allocation of appointments depends on several variants, such as specialty, whether it's a first time visit, if subsequent, doctor's agenda, days served, etc.. and defined above appointments are assigned sequentially, ie the first time is had to the first patient and so on, sometimes visits should be assigned randomly in the days and hours attending physicians and even there may be cases where for a few days or specialties assigning sequential appointments and other medical specialties or days to be random.

It is important to know the different variants in which they treat patients to avoid surprises when trying to implement. 

Hospital Information Systems

When we speak about a Hospital Information System, we must be careful in the approach we want to give, as the diversity of fields that are involved is very large and delicate in all cases because all the issues directly or indirectly will be reflected in the care of patients and thus in the efficiency of health systems.

For our case, the first focus will be recording and administrative control of patient care. In this field we specify whether we refer to the area of outpatient, outpatient, emergency, hospital or referenced.

We begin by commenting on the topic of Outpatient of a hospital or medical institution of government involvement identified as the National Institute.