Formation of Interoperable Digital Medicine Information Environment: Personal Medical Data
Keywords:digital medicine, personal health data, interoperability, access right to medical information
Introduction. Modern innovation in the medical field is closely associated with digital transformations that aim at creating an interoperable digital healthcare ecosystem. All processes of digital medicine are carried out with the use of digital medical data on the human health state, i.e. personal medical data, so it is important to determine the requirements for their secure exchange and storage specifications with the ability to ensure prompt exchange
without loss of information.
Problem Statement. Secure exchange of personal medical data is ensured by strict compliance with the access levels for their management to all members of the digital medicine system.
Purpose. Creating information support for the accumulation and secure exchange of personal medical data in the digital healthcare ecosystem.
Materials and methods. Structural-functional modeling, logic apparatus for creating rules, structural programming methods for creating algorithms.
Results. Based upon the analysis of medical data generation source, the two groups of personal medical data have been identified: 1) the data validated by a medical specialist according to modern standards; 2) the results of direct data collection by the patient personally, which require standardization. An algorithm for the digital medical data accumulation from the medical care system members has been developed given these data types. In accordance with the roles of the digital medicine ecosystem members, rules to provide them with access to personal medical data, which implements an algorithm for the data exchange between participants in the digital medicine ecosystem. have been developed.
Conclusions. Personal medical data that are the information basis of digital medicine are accumulated with use of the proposed algorithm, given the source and type of medical data to ensure their formalized presentation. Following the established algorithm for authorization ensures the exchange of digital medical data between patients and doctors in compliance with the requirements of interoperability and data security.
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