The electronic file of the patient receives green light for implementation

Newsroom 26/02/2013 | 14:23

The project of the electronic file, which will contain information about the patients’ medical history, has received the agreement for implementation.

The Bucharest Court of Appeal ruled on February 20 that the last of the contestations received following the public tender organized to this end was unfounded.

UTI Grup was declared the winner of the tender on October 12, 2012, with an offer of RON 81.7 million.

The other contenders were HP Romania, which submitted the offer with the lowest price- RON 55.2 million, a consortium made up from Romsys and Total Network Solutions, with an offer of RON 65.4 million, Teamnet International and Indra Sistemas, with an offer of RON 72.6 million, IBM Romania, with an offer of RON 80.1 million and Asseco Central Europe and Asseco SSE, with an offer of RON 99.9 million.

The electronic prescription is already functional and compulsory since January, while a pilot project for the health card is already in implementation. The electronic file of the patient is the past step needed for the completion of the Unique Informatics Integrated System.

Otilia Haraga

 

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