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Antilope and Shared Care Platform


During the last years MEDIQ has been strongly involved in the Shared Care Platform which is at the moment in daily (trial) operation in Svendborg Hospital and the surrounding municipalities (South Region of Denmark), GP&#39;s and selected patients. The first trial is for Heart diseases and the plan is to continue with Diabetes, COPD and Cancer. The Shared Care Platform includes a number of functionality to establish cross sector collaboration and continuity of care. The adoption of standards and profiles eHealth interoperability is paramount for the integration of different levels of care. MEDIQ is involved in the EC funded project ANTILOPE - Adoption and take up of standards and profiles for eHealth Interoperability and have been working by the development of a Quality Manual for Interoperability testing. The experience with the project has been and will be useful in order to facilitate and sustain the integration of different levels of care in the Shared Care Platform.
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