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By Lucas Spohn

Interlinked care - Idana integrates with medical information systems

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Dear Companists,

The days where all administrative tasks were laboriously done by hand are mostly in the past. Electronic health records are the control center of the modern doctor’s office: They contain the patient records, allow billing, manage correspondence, and serve as an archive for documents, graphical material, laboratory data – and, most recently, the medical history data collected through Idana.   

Last week, our team of developers reached another milestone and integrated a GDT interface that enables the exchange with current electronic health records. In this update, we will explain what a GDT interface is and how Idana uses it to make routines in doctor’s offices more efficient.

 

The GDT interface – the link between electronic health records and medical devices

The abbreviation GDT stands for “Gerätedatentransfer” (device data transfer), which is what its respective interface is intended to facilitate: The interface commissioned by the National Association of Statutory Health Insurance Physicians and developed by the Quality Ring Medical Software is the basis for the exchange between the central practitioner's software and other medical applications, from measuring instruments to external software such as Idana.

The idea behind it is very simple and is based on a common language between the different devices and programs. The dictionary for this lingua franca is a common directory containing all the different data and information.

 

Connected Health Care

 

But what happens when the physician wants to transfer the anamnesis data gathered by Idana to the electronic health record? The practitioner's software writes up the patients’ data as a temporary GDT file. Idana reads the data and uses it for evaluation, the results of which are sent to the software via another temporary file.

The advantages are obvious: the once cumbersome transmission of data from one file to the next can now be done with a simple mouse click. The automated exchange simplifies not only administrative and documentation processes, it also eliminates potential errors, such as switching letters in patients’ names or entering the wrong measurement – mostly harmless errors, however which may also affect the patient's health under certain circumstances.

 

Idana becomes more attractive – thanks to the GDT interface

The added value that Idana’s digital anamnesis and automated documentation offers is fully utilized through the GDT interface. Since the GDT exchange format is not dependent on a system, Idana can now be integrated with most electronic health records. Moreover, Idana is becoming more attractive for the international market, as GDT is used globally to integrate medical devices.

 

Idana’s tech heros – our team of developers

Reaching this milestone so quickly was only possible thanks to our team of developers. Supported by Stefan Berea, our technical manager Jérôme Meinke realized the implementation of the GDT interface in record time. This proves that the two are a strong team – which is why we are happy that we are now able to employ Stefan, who has worked on Idana since July 2016, on a full time basis, thanks to your investment dear Companists.

 

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One thing is clear: We are in this together with our crowd investors from Companisto, who continuously inspire us to achieve outstanding results! We thank you for your support!

 

Greetings from Freiburg,

Lucas Spohn



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