Solution

Health care automation - medical information systems

Astra System Technologies and its subsidiary Three “K” Technologies started to develop medicine informatization solutions in 2006.

Distinctive features of our solutions:


  • we involve medical experts in the development of universe of discourse and do not demand to use programming languages,
  • we start the project from solving matters of compliance with the law On Personal Information Protection,
  • our products also perform on public operation systems with the open code,
  • we see the matters of medicine, not only of accounting or bookkeeping,
  • our technologies allow to build-up new functions quickly,
  • we allow to participate in the development to all interested parties.

Health care informatization directions


  • Regional data processing center – regional medical information system for the health care facilities (Medical institutions, drug stores, HIF, Ministry of Health, MIAC)
  • MIS Erida – medical information system for the health care facilities, capable of fast and efficient expansion and integration on the region level
  • MIS of necessary medicines provision – regional information system of medicine provision on the basis of preferential prescriptions in the health care facilities of the region
  • Monitoring of the region health care indicators – gathering of formalized data from the health care objects via secure channels, analysis and displaying it on the information Portal of the Ministry of Health Care of the region

Unified Information and Analytical Health Care System core (UIAHCS core) – technological basis of the automation in the region

Solving of all problems is based on the principle of comprehensive integration approach. In order to do that an UIAHCS core was developed, which allows to use all elements of the system within unified information space.

Principles of System Core functioning:

  1. Data exchange based on the standard
  2. Unified repository of the document templates and patterns
  3. Digital signature
  4. Depersonalization
  5. Digital ontology of medical records