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The Electronic Health Record Sharing System (eHRSS) has been showcased in major local health exposition for the second year. It has also been promoted in various stakeholder engagement activities over the past few months.

 
Gerontech and Innovation Expo cum Summit 2018

Following the success in 2017, eHRSS was once again featured at the Gerontech and Innovation Expo cum Summit (GIES) held at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre from 22 to 25 November 2018. The event was co-hosted by the HKSAR Government and the Hong Kong Council of Social Service, and co-organised by the Hong Kong Science and Technology Parks.

This time, the Electronic Health Record (eHR) Office joined hands with the Department of Health (DH) in hosting an exhibition booth to promote eHRSS and selected elderly programmes/ services of DH such as the Elderly Health Care Voucher Scheme and the Vaccination Subsidy Scheme.

Visitors to the booth were introduced to eHRSS and its latest developments, as well as the technological applications deployed to facilitate the implementation of various public-private and primary healthcare programmes. The multimedia exhibits and interactive displays at the booth, such as touch screen information panels, electronic book displays and interactive 3D game, had successfully attracted a wide range of visitors. Registration counters were also set up to carry out on-site registration for the public, with about 550 people registered to join eHRSS during the event.

Successfully attracted a wide range of visitors
The multimedia exhibits and interactive 3D game had attracted a wide range of visitors
 
Registration counters at the booth to provided service
Registration counters were set up to provide on-site registration service for the public
 
An update session
Dr Ho Chung Ping, President of HKMA, shared with participants the latest development and his practical experience in utilising CMS NW
The Hong Kong Medical Association (HKMA) Clinical Management System (CMS) Nu Wa (NW) Update Session

An update session was organised by HKMA at its Wan Chai Premises on 11 December 2018. During the session, Dr Ho Chung Ping, President of HKMA, shared with participants the latest development and his practical experience in utilising CMS NW.

Representatives of the Hospital Authority (HA) were also invited to introduce to participants the special features of the system, such as an integrated interface with HA’s General Outpatient Clinic Public-Private Partnership programme and the built-in function for drug allergy checking.

 
Seminar on Cyber Security and Personal Data Privacy Protection in eHRSS
To raise awareness of cyber security and data protection, a seminar was organised by the eHR Office on 24 January 2019 at the Prince of Wales Hospital. Over 220 information technology and administrative personnel of eHRSS participating healthcare providers (HCPs) attended.
 
The seminar started off with Mr Ian Chin, Principal Assistant Secretary for Food and Health (Health), giving the opening remarks. Guest speakers including Mr Ken Lee, Detective Senior Inspector of the Cyber Security and Technology Crime Bureau, Hong Kong Police Force; Ms Clara Cheung, Chief Systems Manager (Information Technology & Electronic Health Record Operations) of HA; and Ms Joanna Chan, Senior Personal Data Officer of the Office of the Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data, presented on various subjects covering cyber security, prevention of data breach, personal data privacy protection and security tips for using eHRSS and electronic medical record systems. Participants’ enquiries and feedback on enhancing security and privacy protection were also collected and addressed at the seminar.
   
Mr Ian Chin gave the opening remarks Photo with Guests
Mr Ian Chin, Principal Assistant Secretary for Food and Health (Health), gave the opening remarks Guest speakers from HA, the Hong Kong Police Force and the Office of the Privacy Commissioner for Personal Data were invited to share with participants about cyber security and privacy protection
 
Briefing Session on Latest eHRSS Development
A briefing session on eHRSS’ latest development was held on 13 February 2019 at the Prince of Wales Hospital for eHRSS participating HCPs. The briefing comprises two sub-sessions, first introducing to participants the latest streamlined patient registration workflow, followed by a preview of the upcoming extension of eHRSS access to community-based healthcare professionals (HCProfs). Over 200 representatives from HCPs in the private sector, including user administarators, frontline registration staff as well as allied HCProfs participated in the briefing.
 
Over 200 representatives in the briefing
Participants were introduced with the latest streamlined patient registration workflow and the upcoming extension of eHRSS access to community-based HCProfs
 
To learn more, please refer to related articles of this issue -
“eHRSS Enhancements to Facilitate Patient Participation”
“Extending Role-based Access to Allied Health Professionals in the Community”
 
 
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