CCG incorporates the technical commission “CT 199 – Health Information Systems”

The CCG incorporates the Technical Commission for Standardization “CT 199 – Information Systems for Health”, a technical body that prepares documents and normative opinions related to Health Information and Communication Technologies and Systems.

This technical committee was created by IPQ – Portuguese Quality Institute – the National Standardization Body.

Scope of Technical Commission “CT 199 – Health Information Systems”

The purpose of Technical Commission 199 is to accompany the work on Standardization of Health Information and Communication Technologies and Systems for the promotion of quality, usability, compatibility, interoperability, security, privacy, and accessibility at the European and international level, taking into account the framework at national level.

This Commission includes the requirements for the structure of health information in the clinical, administrative and management fields.

Works of the CT 199

The CT 199 IPQ is responsible for the normative document NP ISO 18308: 2017 “Health informatics – Requirements for an electronic health record architecture” – (ISO 18308: 2011) Homologation Term Nº118 / 2017, from 2017-06-09.

Follow-up of Technical Committees

The main Technical Committees that the CT 199 follow, both European and international, are:

  • CEN/TC 251 – Health informatics;
  • CEN/TC 251/WG 001 – Enterprise and Information;
  • CEN/TC 251/WG 002 – Technology and Applications;
  • ISO/TC 215 – Health informatics.

Structure of the CT 199

Technical Commission 199 has the following structure:

  • CT 199 / GT 001 – Information System Models;
  • CT 199 / GT 002 – Terminology of Knowledge Bases;
  • CT 199 / GT 003 – Safety and Quality;
  • CT 199 / GT 004 – Technology and Interoperability.

Constitution of the CT 199

This technical committee is coordinated by the IPQ, being chaired by Mário Macedo and secretariat by Maria Adelina Gomes.

It is represented by CCG – Centro de Computação Gráfica – through Juliana Teixeira, of the EPMQ domain of the CCG, as a vowel.

This applied research domain of the CCG is also involved in the technical committee of normalization CT 196, regarding electronic invoice.

In this committee there is a total of 71 members. This broad number is constitued of stakeholders from the public sector and the private sector:

  • APDP- Associação Protectora Diabetes Portugal
  • Associação Fraunhofer Portugal Research
  • ATARP – Associação Portuguesa dos Técnicos de Radioterapia
  • Centro Hospitalar Lisboa Norte
  • Centro Hospitalar Vila Nova Gaia – Espinho
  • CISCO Portugal
  • DGS – Direção Geral da Saúde
  • EDB – EnterpriseDB
  • Escola Superior de Enfermagem do Porto
  • Glintt – Global Intelligence Technologies
  • GS1 Portugal
  • IASIST Portugal, Consultadoria na Área da Saúde, Unipessoal Lda
  • IMS Health, Lda
  • INFARMED – Autoridade Nacional do Medicamento e Produtos de Saúde, IP
  • IPQ – Instituto Português da Qualidade
  • Maxdata Software, SA
  • OE – Ordem dos Enfermeiros
  • OM – Ordem dos Médicos
  • OP – Ordem dos Psicólogos
  • Perito Individual
  • Quidgest – Consultores de Gestão, Lda
  • SICAD – Serviço de Intervenção nos Comportamentos Aditivos e nas Dependências
  • Simposium
  • SPMS – Serviços Partilhados do Ministério da Saúde
  • SUCH – Serviço de Utilização Comum dos Hospitais
  • União das Misericórdias Portuguesas
  • Universidade da Beira Interior
  • Universidade Autónoma de Lisboa
  • Universidade de Lisboa – Faculdade de Farmácia
  • Universidade do Minho
  • Universidade do Porto – Faculdade de Ciências
  • Universidade do Porto – Faculdade de Engenharia
  • Universidade do Porto – Faculdade de Medicina
  • Universidade Lusófona de Humanidades e Tecnologias

 

saúde, comisão técnica de normalização

The CCG also integrates an international technical committee of normalization for ergonomics, under the PIU, applied research domain.