Our solution aims to create a single audit trail for health institutions that collects different logs (ex: syslog, log4j, HL7, web servers logs). This solution is aligned with the IHE-ATNA (Audit Trail and Node Authentication) profile. It allows to perform audit processes that cross different systems in an integrated manner, as well as to diagnose problem occuring in different systems using a single dashboard.
HS.HELIOS is an integration system that promotes interoperability, by regulating and analyzing the exchange of messages between different health information systems that are currently deployed at an Health institution. It is used for database semantic integrity checking and monitoring data quality in realtime.
The GDPR will be enforced from 25 May 2018. It’s soon before European organizations, which process the personal data of EU residents, to ensure that they are compliant.
The GDPR is more extensive in scope and application than the current Data Protection Act (DPA), keeping pace with the evolution of the digital world. The new Regulation strengthens the data rights of individuals, and demands organizations to build up clear policies and procedures to protect personal data, and apply appropriate technical and organizational measures.
Throughout its existence HealthySystems has developed several research projects in the area of security and interoperability. With these projects HealthySystems won several national and international awards.
The relevance of R&D activities led to the creation of an R & D core in 2015, whose projects have been certified by ANI, IAPMEI and FCT under the Corporate R&D Tax Incentive System.
DiAS – De-identification as a Service
DiAS – De-identification as a Service
Recently it was approved by Norte2020 program the project of Research and Technological Development under the acronym “DiAS – De-identification as a Service” that will aim at the development of a platform of data anonymization as a service.
O ObsCare WCR – Worldwide maternal and child Care and Research is a project demonstrating an innovative system that covers the maternal and child data circuit, from primary to hospital care, through information managed by pregnant women, and which includes decision support tools and calculation of international indicators, based on open technologies.
EasyHealth4COVID is a project that aims to develop telecare solutions that are valid and easy to implement in populations at higher risk and that complement the assistance capacity of the NHS, namely the SNS24, creating value for all citizens and for the healthcare delivery systems.
City Catalyst – Catalyst for sustainable cities, aims to investigate and develop new synergies with high potential, contributing to an integrated, efficient and innovation-catalyzing urban management, based on specific contributions for the implementation and interoperability between urban platforms.
HLTSYS has Luis Filipe Antunes, Manuel Eduardo Correia and Ricardo Correia as cofounders.
Currently HTLSYS counts 12 professionals with expertise in several computer areas as Cybersecurity, Data Protection, Health Information Systems Integration (2 Mirth Certified Professionals), National Standards Body (3 IPQ members).
Meet our customers requirements is our main objective, to improve our team expertise we continually invest in team certification.
Some of our team members are certified in ISO 27001 Foundation, Mirth Connect and ISO 9001:2015.
Furthermore some of our team members integrate and collaborate with national standards body (IPQ – CT199 Health Informatics group).
WHO ARE WE?
We are a spin-off company from University of Porto who focuses on cybersecurity, security technologies, security auditing, performance consulting and data protection laws.
On November 29, HealthySystems was awarded the 2nd place of the Grow Innovation Award 2018 sponsored by the Amélia de Mello Foundation. This award recognizes the potential of the company as an entrepreneurial startup, as [...]
HL7 FHIR® DataThon na VITALIS & MIE2018 – Duarte Ferreira and João Almeida Researchers from the CINTESIS NanoStima project and HealthySystems collaborators won the HL7 FHIR® DataThon at VITALIS & MIE2018 (Sweden) with its SARD [...]