National Centre for Healthcare Information Systems (CSIOZ) is a state budgetary unit appointed by the Minister of Health. Its main focus is the performance of tasks in the area of building the information society, covering the organization and protection of health and supporting the management decisions of the minister responsible for health based on the carried out analyses. CSIOZ monitors the designed, developed and working ICT systems at the central and regional levels.
The digitization of public services brings challenges also in the area of healthcare. The aim of the project is to improve medical services related to blood donation and haemotherapy and to create an E-Blood System – Computerization of the Public Blood Service and Improved Supervision over Haemotherapy.
What we did
We engaged a team of several experienced consultants, specializing in various technological fields, who support the client in the development of the system, providing direction at all stages of the project, from analysis to the production of the final product.
Project in progress. Expected effects: creation of a central system for the supervision over haemotherapy, improving the exchange of data between Blood Donation and Haemotherapy Centers and supervision authorities; e-services for blood donors, potential blood donors and medical practitioners.Learn more