A Galician Health Service project using GMV technology hailed as one of the 50 Best Digital Ideas
The digital transformation work of the Consejería de Sanidad (Regional Health Ministry) of the Xunta de Galicia (Regional Authority of Galicia) has been hailed by the specialist review Expansión Economía Digital in its first award scheme called “The 50 Best Digital Ideas”. HEXIN, the clinical and epidemiological data mining system rolled out by the Galician Health Service (Servicio Gallego de Salud: SERGAS) with GMV technology as part of Galicia’s overarching Healthcare Innovation Plan is the prizewinner of this award scheme within the Institutions category.
Susana Cerqueiro, Subdirector of Healthcare Assessment and Guarantees, and Benigno Rosón, Subdirector General of Information Systems of the Consejería de Sanidad of the Xunta de Galicia picked up the prize, won from among 450 other candidatures in the various categories.
HEXIN is a platform for mining all types of patient information in an Electronic Health Record for the purposes of clinical decision-taking, management and support in identification tasks of epidemiological cases. The system set up by the Xunta de Galicia also provides a search-engine and information-analysis system for finding correlations between the data and drawing statistical conclusions to help the patient.
Susana Cerqueiro and Benigno Rosón, from the Consejería de Sanidad of the Xunta de Galicia receiving the prize together with Isabel Tovar, Director of Marketing & Commercial of GMV Secure e-Solutions.