Alexander Dobrev

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The EHR IMPACT study was commissioned by DG INFSO and Media, unit ICT for Health, and comprises of nine quantitative and two qualitative independent evaluations of good practice cases of interoperable electronic health record (EHR) and ePrescribing systems in Europe and beyond. The goal of the study is to support ongoing initiatives and implementation work(More)
About EHR IMAPCT The EHR IMPACT study was commissioned by DG INFSO and Media, unit ICT for Health, and will result in ten independent evaluations of good practice cases of interoperable electronic health record (EHR) and ePrescribing systems in Europe and beyond. The goal of the study is to support ongoing initiatives and implementation work by the European(More)
Executive Summary The challenges for semantic interoperability result from the need to combine the information collected and used in the perspective of seamless care provision across all elements of the healthcare value system, including clinical settings, the public health perspective of integrating individual clinical information for evidence-based(More)
Density functional (DF) based numerical approaches for computing orbital and atomic reactivity indices were employed in the study of selectivity descriptors for the 1,4 Michael addition reaction. To this aim, atomic and orbital Fukui indices and atomic softnesses for 2-arylmethylene-1,4-butanolides and N,N-disubstituted phenylacetamides were computed.(More)
Financial sustainability is not a driving force of HealthGrids today, as a previous desk research survey of 22 international HealthGrid projects has showed. The majority of applications are project based, which puts a time limit of funding, but also of goals and objectives. Given this situation, we analysed two initiatives, WISDOM and MammoGrid from an(More)
About EHR IMAPCT The EHR IMPACT study was commissioned by DG INFSO and Media, unit ICT for Health, and will result in ten independent evaluations of good practice cases of interoperable electronic health record (EHR) and ePrescribing systems in Europe and beyond. The goal of the study is to support ongoing initiatives and implementation work by the European(More)
The HealthGrid White Paper was published at the third annual conference in Oxford in 2005. Starting from the conclusions of the White Paper, the EU funded SHARE project (http://www.eu-share.org) has aimed at identifying the most important steps and significant milestones towards wide deployment and adoption of healthgrids in Europe. The project has defined(More)
The EHR IMPACT study was commissioned by DG INFSO and Media, unit ICT for Health, and will result in ten independent evaluations of good practice cases of interoperable electronic health record (EHR) and ePrescribing systems in Europe and beyond. The goal of the study is to support ongoing initiatives and implementation work by the European Commission,(More)
The Emergency Care Summary (ECS) in Scotland provides essential clinical and demographic information about patients needing unscheduled or emergency care. Information about patients' medications, adverse drug reactions and allergies is transferred twice every day from GP systems to the ECS. Access is then available to authorised health-care professionals at(More)