Today, citizen health data is collected in different digital spaces, depending on the area and administration managing it. This situation risks scattering important information, with potential health risks for citizens.
The new interoperability platform integrates regional and local services by creating an integration layer aimed at managing application flows. The solution allows information systems currently in use to be adapted to make the applications of interest fully interoperable and to migrate application systems to the regional IT infrastructure.
Integration of regional and local services
Making applications interoperable
Upgrading business information systems
Migration of application systems to the regional infrastructure
The adaptation makes the information ecosystem interoperable and simplifies management processes, along with real-time information collection and new data systematization. In addition, the solution allows the administration to benefit from tools to support data analysis, fostering cooperation between applications at different administrations.
Simplification of management processes
Cooperation between administrative applications
Rationalization of information assets