Article in Greek Media about our PrescIT project
An article about the PrescIT project, coordinated by our lab, published in Greek media, explains its aspiring goals and process.
PrescIT aims to transform and expedite the workflow of medical experts by providing a smart, personalized and interoperable e-Prescription Platform. In detail, will enhance the current e-Prescription practices with:
- Intelligence, by leveraging Big Data on drugs, disease and therapeutic protocols to advise and alert doctors in case of Drug Adverse Reactions (ADRs) and undesired Drug-to-Drug Interactions (DDIs)
- Personalization, by combining information from the patient's Electronic Health Records (EHR) to provide recommendations
- Interoperability, by integrating with Hospital Management Systems (HMS), private practice software and most importantly, the national prescription system in Greece, e-prescription.gr (e-syntagografisi.gr).
End-users include healthcare professionals of all tiers and sectors that use e-presctiption services and pilots are planned in public and private hospitals in Greece after the first year.
Co‐financed by the European Regional Development Fund of the European Union and Greek national funds through the Operational Program Competitiveness, Entrepreneurship and Innovation, under the call RESEARCH – CREATE - INNOVATE (project code:Τ1EDK-00640)
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