CLINICAL ARCHITECTURE & STANDARDS
Clinical Architecture & Standards

Designing and Developing World Class Research and Clinical Architecture

InfoClin brings the knowledge, experience and expertise to deliver world class research and clinical systems that integrate clinical data from multiple EHR | EMR systems.

STEP 1
 
Define
Client's
Goals
STEP 2
 
Document
Project
Constraints
STEP 3
 
Develop
Design options
Select Standards
STEP 4
 
Refine and
Communicate
Design
STEP 5
 
Implement
Design


InfoClin has the expertise to integrate the privacy, informatics, technical, clinical, information and research aspects of a complex project with appropriate project management skills and capabilities.


   


Examples of completed and on-going projects:

Project: COMPETE II (http://www.compete-study.com/)
Project Description: Architecture for integrating a diabetes tracker into multiple primary care EMR systems
Client: McMaster University and St. Josephs Hospital
Project Documents:

http://www.cmaj.ca/cgi/content/full/181/1-2/37

The COMPETE II Diabetes Tracker


Project: COMPETE III (http://www.compete-study.com/)
Project Description: Architecture for Integrating a diabetes and vascular disease tracker into multiple primary care EMRs
Client: McMaster University and St. Josephs Hospital
Project Document:

Theatre-style Demonstration

The COMPETE III Randomized Trial


Project: High Blood Pressure Initiative ( http://www.hsfo.on.ca/)
Project Description: Architecture for integrating a high blood pressure data collection tool into multiple primary care EMRs
Client: Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario
Project Documents:

AMIA


Project: Blueprint 2015 (http://www.infoway-inforoute.ca/)
Project Description: Update of architecture for Canada's electronic health record
Client: Canada Health Infoway

Project: CPCSSN Canadian Primary Care Sentinel Surveillance Network (http://www.cpcssn.ca/)
Project Description: Architecture for collecting, cleaning, de-identifying and centralizing primary care EMR data from across Canada for chronic disease surveillance and research.
Client: College of Family Physicians of Canada
Project Documents:

http://www.cpcssn.ca/cpcssn/home-e.asp
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21335734
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19587256
National Chronic Disease Surveillance Network


Project: CEDRN Canadian Electronic Drug Research Network
Project Description: Architecture for collection, cleaning, de-identifying and linking data from EMRs, hospitals and pharmacies for prospective comparative effectiveness studies on drugs.
Client: McMaster University