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Ecosystems

Ecosystems are areas or sectors of action where Public Administrations operate. Some examples are health, agriculture, education and cultural heritage, just to mention a few. Each ecosystem identifies a theme with a level of homogeneity. It includes public entities and organisations and may also include private entities.

Ecosystems are based on shared rules, common guidelines, communication protocols, enabling platforms and other tools that help facilitate interoperability and coordination.

AgID has provided an initial definition of the ecosystems on the basis of the classification regarding the Missions and Programmes indicated in the 2016 Budget Law.

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51 Ecosystem Working Groups

Due dates:
from may 2017
Players:
PA - AgID
Description:

For each ecosystem, the GdL oversees the operational activities by identifying the specific objectives of the ecosystem itself, the planning of the project and the establishment of technical discussion sites.

Upon request, AgID is able to support the activities of the ecosystem, particularly with regard to the finalisation of the GdL activities.

Results:
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52 Evolution of the Electronic Healthcare Record (FSE)

Due dates:
in progress
Players:
Ministry of Health - Ministry of Economics and Finance - AgID - Regions - Local Health Authority (ASL)
Description:

The Ministry of Health, in agreement with the MEF and AgID, has developed a project for the adaptation of infrastructure to the provisions of DPCM 178/2015.

The Ministerial Decree and interoperability regulations governing the operation of the system are published by April 2017.

The regional Administrations will have to implement their regional electronic healthcare systems, interoperable with the national infrastructure, according to the plans presented and, in any case, by 2018.

Any Administration that does not complete their adhesion to the autonomous system by June 2017 will have to adopt, according to subsidiarity logic, the solutions made available by the MEF.

The Regions are responsible for completing the dissemination of the electronic health record throughout their territory to all their patients.

Results:

51 Ecosystem Working Groups

due dates:
from may 2017
players:
PA - AgID
description:

For each ecosystem, the GdL oversees the operational activities by identifying the specific objectives of the ecosystem itself, the planning of the project and the establishment of technical discussion sites.

Upon request, AgID is able to support the activities of the ecosystem, particularly with regard to the finalisation of the GdL activities.

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52 Evolution of the Electronic Healthcare Record (FSE)

due dates:
in progress
players:
Ministry of Health - Ministry of Economics and Finance - AgID - Regions - Local Health Authority (ASL)
description:

The Ministry of Health, in agreement with the MEF and AgID, has developed a project for the adaptation of infrastructure to the provisions of DPCM 178/2015.

The Ministerial Decree and interoperability regulations governing the operation of the system are published by April 2017.

The regional Administrations will have to implement their regional electronic healthcare systems, interoperable with the national infrastructure, according to the plans presented and, in any case, by 2018.

Any Administration that does not complete their adhesion to the autonomous system by June 2017 will have to adopt, according to subsidiarity logic, the solutions made available by the MEF.

The Regions are responsible for completing the dissemination of the electronic health record throughout their territory to all their patients.

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