Data integration fast and secure –
is that possible? For sure!

The redefinition process of Biobanking is characterised by the three columns on which KAIROS builds its marketable software modules and accompanying service packages:

Column 1. Integration

Everything begins with the customer’s need to integrate a heterogeneous IT infrastructure into a homogeneous platform. This uniform data integration is carried out in four phases:

Phase 1

Creation of a platform solution for cross-sectional medical centres by integrating routine clinical data (obtained from HIS, HWS, laboratory systems) and special documentation via an HL7 interface. With the help of an associated patient allocation, a secure and integral data basis is first created and CentraXX becomes the standard portal for clinical (later also pre-clinical) treatment.

Phase 2

Connection or replacement of singular software solutions in the field of biobanking and study management by modules of the central portal. Excursion: It is important to know that “home-made” microsystems are in use in almost 90% of all hospitals*. These often do not meet the increased requirements of complex health care, nor were they designed to meet the sustainability needs of meaningful contingency planning.

Phase 3

Connection of existing OMICS platforms and development of a uniform OMICS documentation. In today’s practice, the most important information for treatment is often considered in isolation, because data integration has been considered desirable, but a meaningful tool for this has not yet been available. Especially data of the so-called OMICS platforms, e.g. with important metabolic data, are rarely integrated. Here in particular, a link is important because of its importance for pharmacological and biological research.

Phase 4

CentraXX creates an overview across all data pools with a uniform and context-related search engine in order to open up new contexts for all participants ad hoc.

Column 2. Documentation

The next important column of CentraXX is the redefinition of documentation. In summary, the task can be described as follows: With the help of CentraXX, Kairos portions, controls and secures the organic data documentation, i.e. the individual “ingredients” of the healing treatment are made “digestible” for everyday clinical work. This coordination of the individual documentation processes takes place in three phases:

Phase 1

Analysis of existing documentation tasks

Phase 2

Definition of the documentation sequence and documentation steps with the individual actors

Phase 3

Implementation of real operation according to the new documentation standards

Column 3. Evaluation

Thanks to the newly prepared data integration and data documentation, biodata can now be dynamised an synchronised with disease progressions and therapies for studies. For the first time, this type of preparation enables targeted study recruitment through context- and process-based evaluations. In addition, this means that the evaluations can ultimately also be used for treatment support by means of statistical investigations.

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