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Digitalis
Hosting YOUR Knowledge
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Knowledge Management

Digitalis supports knowledge management within the framework of the optimisation of medication usage. This involves a chain of processes, in which knowledge is collected, developed, shared, applied and adjusted on the basis of experiences. Online, using smart tools and networks. Want to know more?

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Decision-making

The knowledge- and discipline-specific application of IT, aimed at pharmacotherapy, deserves an interdisciplinary approach and enriches the cooperation between physicians and pharmacists.

Therapy policies

Translating guidelines and formularies to the shop floor, implementation in daily practice, made as ink for the prescriber's electronic pen (EPS). Increasing the effectiveness and safety of pharmacotherapy as an integral part of individual patient care.

Decision support

Decision support has become a valued component of health care IT. Its integration in patient files is the final piece of this type of knowledge navigation in medical practice. Not only the therapeutic options are important, the patient's current context also plays a part.

Medication safety

Medication usage is increasing sharply, and with that also the associated risks. At the same time, the volume and speed of the exchange of health care information are expanding. Solution is an intelligent approach to medication safety: no suggestive alerts, but relevant, specific and concrete advice.

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04 October '18
Regionaal longformularium Maastricht-Heuvelland

Op 1 juli 2016 stelden longartsen, huisartsen, apothekers en zorgverzekeraar een regionaal longformularium samen. Vanuit de proeftuin Blauwe Zorg werd het geïmplementeerd in de regio Maastricht-Heuvelland. De eerste bevindingen zijn zeer positief.

30 August '18
ZonMw project: de CRE-OPT studie

Mensen die veel verschillende medicijnen gebruiken, ervaren dat vaak als een last. Daardoor zijn ze minder tevreden over hun behandeling, nemen ze hun medicatie minder goed in en hebben ze slechtere gezondheidsuitkomsten. In de CRE-OPT studie komen medicatiebeoordeling en de prioriteiten die een patiënt stelt, samen.