Connected Health Framework:
To encourage the creation of health information networks that serve the broadest range of healthcare needs, Microsoft has developed a guideline for e-health software solutions called the Connected Health Framework Architecture and Design Blueprint. The Connected Health Framework is an architectural approach to developing health information networks with common business and technical design definitions for public and private organizations. Connected Health Framework puts the patient at the center, and recommends a path for transforming healthcare through technology solutions that are dependable, economical, productive, and connected by design.
iLink Systems delivers solutions based on the Connected Health Framework tools like Microsoft Health Common User Interface (CUI) and the IHE IT Infrastructure profile Cross Enterprise Document Sharing (XDS.b).
Our Clinical User Experience solutions deploys the Microsoft Health Common User Interface (CUI) Design Guidance and Toolkit controls that address a wide range of patient safety concerns for healthcare organizations worldwide, enabling a new generation of safer, more usable and compelling health applications to be quickly and easily created. Our solutions using the IHE Cross-Enterprise Document Sharing Integration Profile (XDS.b) facilitates the registration, distribution and access across health enterprises of patient electronic health records.