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  • 1. Microsoft Connected Health Platform A Foundation for Service Oriented Health Industry Solutions Dr Ilia Fortunov Industry Technology Strategist - EMEA Microsoft Worldwide Health
  • 2. Connected Health Framework Vision Define an overarching framework for Health Industry Architecture Best practices for service oriented health information integration and collaboration architectures Enterprise-, state-, province- and country-wide projects Leverage available assets to deliver more value faster Based on open standards and protocols platform-agnostic Develop ecosystem of CHF-enabled solutions Deliver value for customers faster and at lower cost Frame of reference for partners solutions Easier integration across multiple solution areas Microsoft Connected Health Framework 2
  • 3. Connected Health Framework Business Framework The CHF Business Framework uses a service oriented approach to Define business components and major subject areas Offer a range of services that can be orchestrated to enable and support business processes Leverage existing sources of functionality and information It provides a Business Pattern for Health Microsoft Connected Health Framework 3
  • 4. Business Framework Communications Operations Management Security User Processes Business Processes Connected Health Services Hub Service Interface Components Patients Patient Events Patient Consents Health Subjects Care Clinical GP & Hospital Appointments Pathways Processes Systems Access Healthcare Professional Professional Professional Professionals Groups & Teams Permissions Access History Business Components Data Access Logic Components Databases Microsoft Connected Health Framework 5
  • 5. Connected Health Framework Technical Framework The CHF Technical Framework addresses: Multiplicity of services, sources of data and systems Management of patient and clinician identity Integration across multiple systems Flexibility and agility Security Scalability, Performance and Availability It provides a Reference Architecture for Health Microsoft Connected Health Framework 6
  • 6. Technical Framework Communication Operations Management Security Collaboration, Presentation and Point of Access, Identity Management, Privacy and Security Services Service Publication and Location, Shared Services Connected Health Services Hub Integration Services Service Component Interface Business Components Data Services System Management Services Communication Services Microsoft Connected Health Framework 7
  • 7. Connected Health Framework Architecture Communication Operations Management Security Collaboration Services Presentation and Point of Access Services User Processes AGILE Identity Management Services Privacy and Security Services Service Publication and Location Business Processes Shared Services Connected Health Services Hub Integration Services Service Component Interface STABLE Business Components Data Access Logic Components Data Services System Management Services Communication Services
  • 8. Options For Storing Clinical Data Mostly a matter of ownership and policy Centralized model Central repository holds replica of full health record Clinical Data Exchange (CDX) Gateway publishes full health record and manages data synchronization Federated model Central repository holds no personal data CDX Gateway publishes registration events and caches full record obtained from multiple sources Hybrid model Central repository holds record summary CDX Gateway publishes record summary and caches full record Could be multi-tier, with many data stores Microsoft Connected Health Framework 9
  • 9. Flexibility in Deployment Microsoft Connected Health Framework 10
  • 10. CHF Ecosystem Who does what? Communication Operations Management Security Collaboration Services Presentation and Point of Access Services SI Partner Provided Identity Management Services User Processes Customer Specific (MS provides Reference Architecture Privacy and Security Services and SDKs) (MS provides Guidelines, Platform Products, Assistance) Service Publication and Location Business Processes Shared Services Connected Health Services Hub MS or SI Partner Provided Integration Services ISV Provided Service Component Interface (MS provides Business Pattern Componentsand Service Definitions) Business Component Data Access Logic Components Data Services ISV or SI Partner Provided SI Partner Provided System Management Services (MS provides platform and guidance) (MS provides Reference Architecture and SDKs) Communication