Simple and secure data exchange in the field of medicine and health is not yet taken for granted even in the digital age and carries risks. This also applies to the transmission of post-care information from cancer patients: Data is often only transmitted retrospectively to the doctors and hospitals who continue to treat them.
In the joint Smart Health project OncoBroker, the state capital of Dresden, together with project members such as the St. Joseph-Stift Hospital Dresden, the Institute for Applied Informatics (InfAI) e. V. and T-Systems MMS, developed an artificial intelligence-supported solution that allows the anonymized patient and treatment data at any time. and reach the right group of people on a daily basis. Information between doctors and clinics is exchanged via a digital platform in compliance with data protection, simplifying the procedures for the transmission of information and minimizing the time required.
Faster, easier and more secure exchange of patient data in cancer care
Spring Boot communication platform and notification via push function
Up-to-date, digital transmission of aftercare information to the right target group
The e-Health project OncoBroker was initiated within the framework of “Smart City” by the Office for Economic Development of the state capital Dresden. The St. Joseph-Stift Hospital Dresden is involved as a project member in the field of health, while T-Systems MMS developed the communication platform. The Institut für Angewandte Informatik (InfAI) e. V. (Institute for Applied Computer Science ) is responsible for the software solution based on artificial intelligence for data viewing and provisioning. Furthermore, Carus Consilium Sachsen GmbH, as an associate member, advises project participants with regard to sustainability. The total financial volume of the project amounts to around one million euros, which is largely funded by the Free State of Saxony in accordance with the eHealth Sax funding guidelines. The project will run for three years.