Georgy Kopanitsa

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BACKGROUND When medical data have been successfully recorded or exchanged between systems there appear a need to present the data consistently to ensure that it is clearly understood and interpreted. A standard based user interface can provide interoperability on the visual level. OBJECTIVES The goal of this research was to develop, implement and evaluate(More)
Electronic health records are replacing conventional paper-based health records. For a doctor it is a working instrument, which can significantly reduce the time spent on paper work. Patients can benefit from accessing the electronic health records even though they usually do not have a medical background. Therefore, when specifying a graphical user(More)
Lack of a proper infrastructure of health care providers leads to the breaks in the health care process Informatization. This results in the manifestation of different data entry point. The different data sets that are entered in these different points tend to serve the same task. However, due to the different qualification of staff a consistency of data(More)
To provide a better doctor-patient communication and to better involve patients into a diagnostic and treatment process we implemented a web portal for diabetes patients using open source libraries to present medical data. The medical data was "archetyped" according to the ISO 13606 standard. Visualization properties were defined using visual medical(More)
The aim was to study the opinions of tuberculosis patients and doctors and identify perceived opportunities and barriers to using a Web portal to optimize its use. The perceptions of 30 tuberculosis patients and 18 doctors (10 general practitioners and 8 TB specialists) from Tomsk, Russia were collected through semi-structured interviews. The responses were(More)
The paper presents the results of semiautomatic mapping of Russian laboratory terms to LOINC. Two clinics (A and B) and a laboratory service participated in the project. We were able to map 86% (Clinic A) and 87% (Clinic B) of laboratory terms. The required effort was reasonable and the price of mapping and maintenance was considered as relatively low. We(More)