According to Michel, the corona crisis made it clear that data is essential to the care process. Michel: ‘The crisis has allowed us to collectively build a data foundation at an accelerated pace, giving us even better insight into disease states and processes. This enables us to run smart algorithms, Artificial Intelligence, continuously. Now we want to move on. We want to connect more data and bring it to the patient’s bedside. For example, think of a traffic light system that keeps track of whether a patient is stable or needs acute care.’
In the Adult ICU we are working on further implementing data in the clinic. Michel: ‘Together with the Sophia ICs we are trying to shape and expand this further. IC 2.0 is the largest project within the Datahub to date. In the past 2 years we have gained a lot of experience with this together with the IT department. We want to share our knowledge and implement it in other departments. In this way we hope to help colleagues with implementation, but also with regard to laws and regulations and ethical issues.
More about Datahub
The Datahub was officially and symbolically opened on Thursday by Dean Stefan Sleijfer and Ronnie van Diemen, Director General of Curative Care at the Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sport. You will find the Datahub in the Convergence Square in building Ba, room 414. Come brainstorm over a cup of coffee! More info: www.datahub.health.
Please watch the opening movie below.