1、 The design of the cloud follow-up system should focus on doctors as the main body, serve patients as the center, and adhere to the principles of systematicity, practicality, and safety. Specifically, the specific design of functional modules includes management servers, doctor clients, and patient clients. Through functional embedding, user system integration, and other methods.
After the operating system starts, the management server can start running. The construction and application of cloud follow-up systems are closely related to hospital information systems (HIS), electronic medical records (EMR), laboratory information management systems (LIS), etc. Therefore, relevant data must be extracted from the above systems through interfaces into the cloud follow-up system in order to facilitate follow-up personnel to view and utilize relevant information.
Regardless of the system technology architecture adopted, special attention should be paid to data security. An independent third-party secure application hypertext transmission security protocol can be adopted to encrypt the entire process of data opening, in order to establish access to cloud servers in a secure network environment and ensure data security.
The doctor client mainly includes functional modules such as user login, patient management, follow-up management, health education, follow-up database management, knowledge base management, information publishing, and system management.
The patient client mainly includes functional modules such as user login, my medical record, my follow-up, online consultation, medication guidance, hospital activities, medical knowledge, etc.
2、 What are the applications of the platform cloud follow-up system?
Follow up services
When following up patients, establishing follow-up big data by recording patient feedback can help improve diagnosis and treatment plans and conduct clinical research analysis, which can greatly reduce the workload of medical staff. Directly dial the patient's phone number through voice, inquire and record patient follow-up data. For patients who have not completed follow-up, follow-up questionnaires are directly pushed to their mobile devices such as WeChat and SMS. For the remaining patients who have not completed follow-up, manual telephone follow-up is used to achieve multi-level and multi-mode follow-up.
The Dolphin Health Cloud Platform Cloud Follow up System is based on a professional health education knowledge base, achieving health education work in various scenarios. When patients visit the outpatient department, doctors can achieve personalized health education through the health education module of the doctor client based on the patient's condition. When the patient's outpatient visit is completed or discharged, a pre-set program is used to achieve batch automated education push based on the patient's basic conditions such as illness. At the same time, according to the patient's medical advice and prescription information, medication education is automatically pushed to ensure the safety of patient medication.
For special or chronic patient groups, the combination of wearable devices and the Internet of Things with follow-up systems provides an intelligent self-management tool. Patients can directly collect health monitoring data from devices such as blood pressure monitors, blood glucose meters, and electrocardiograms through the patient's mobile device. The data is uploaded directly to the doctor's end, and the doctor can view it at any time, achieving consistency between external health data and internal medical data. When abnormal situations occur, the system can remind patients according to pre-set reminder rules and push them to the corresponding doctors for timely remote diagnosis and treatment.
The cloud follow-up system also provides a communication channel for doctors and patients to break through time and space limitations. Through the communication channels set up on the system, patients can initiate consultations on the patient end. Medical staff can provide one-on-one guidance and consultation with patients through web pages and mobile medical devices. Specific forms of communication can be used, such as text, images, voice, short videos, and videos, to shorten the distance between doctors and patients and better serve patients.