Patient safety good practices

Project title: The cognition of Norwegian patient safety good practices

Project owners: Saint Francis Hospital of Budapest, St. Margaret Hospital, Baja Saint Roch Hospital, Albert Schweitzer Hospital, State Heart Hospital Balatonfüred, Bugát Pál Hospital, Buda Hospital of the Hospitaller Order of Saint John of God, IT pro Society Association, University of Pécs, Semmelweis University, Francis Csolnoky Hospital, National Association of the Intelligent Society, Gottsegen György National Cardiology Institute

Short summary of the project

The project owners participate in the E-Health Technology Forum in Oslo. The aim of the forum is to provide participants with the latest, cutting edge technological innovations to identify patients, thus indirectly increasing patient safety.

The following topics are covered by the forum:

  • Intelligent solutions to support digital transformation in healthcare,
  • Preparing your hospital for the digital world: IoT a nd BYOD,
  • Patient Identification Problems and Solutions: GDPR and Patient Identification Compliance with Legal and Patient Data Protection Requirements; How does technology support its implementation?
  • Patient and Healthcare Experience - Next Generation Care Journey - Intercommunication and Patient Linking with Career Team,
  • Getting acquainted with good practice: Osló University Hospital, Sunnaas Hospital.

The forum is a cost effective way to become familiar with these trends. Increasing patient identification and service control is the next step in raising the supply level in healthcare. The project owners are obliged to bring patients and policy demands into line with current requirements, using preventative-therapeutic methods, procedures, laws, regulations, and regulatory requirements used in both domestic and international practice, within the required and suggested safety requirements. By having knowledge of technological innovations, the project owners could provide solutions to home care that help control patient management. This contributes to the reduction of health risks a rising from human error and less regulated processes.