Interconnection of public health information systems for the operative monitoring of the pandemic situation in the Republic of Moldova
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OPREA, Sergiu. Interconnection of public health information systems for the operative monitoring of the pandemic situation in the Republic of Moldova. In: The Collection. Economic security in the context of sustenable development. Ediția 6, 10 decembrie 2021, Chisinau. Bălți, Republica Moldova: Universitatea de Stat „Alecu Russo” din Bălți, 2021, pp. 195-198. ISBN 978-9975-155-01-4.
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The Collection.
Ediția 6, 2021
Conferința "Economic security in the context of sustenable development"
Chisinau, Moldova, 10 decembrie 2021

Interconnection of public health information systems for the operative monitoring of the pandemic situation in the Republic of Moldova

JEL: L86, I13

Pag. 195-198

Oprea Sergiu
 
Academy of Economic Studies of Moldova
 
Disponibil în IBN: 20 decembrie 2021


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The paper examines the current situation in the field of operational monitoring and reporting of cases of SARS-Cov-2 infection in the Republic of Moldova. The existing problems of this process, mostly performed in manual mode, are highlighted. It mentions the unnecessary waste of time by the doctors involved in the fight with COVID-19 for the manual completion of the daily reports sent for centralization to the hierarchically superior medical organizations. The main information systems used in the field of public health in the Republic of Moldova are reviewed and their basic functionality is mentioned. The lack of a centralized information system for collecting and processing primary medical data, necessary for operational and strategic decisions by the central administration, is accentuated. It is proposed the concept of interconnection of medical information systems and profile databases through the automated information system of primary health care and the creation within this system of a subsystem for monitoring and reporting the epidemiological situation in the Republic of Moldova.

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Health Information Systems, operative monitoring, pandemic situation