Quality and safety are our top priority. Regular internal and external audits ensure the safe use of our products and ensure compliance with all legal regulations. Our solutions meet the following standards:

 

  • EN ISO 9001
  • EN ISO 13485
  • MDD 93/42/EEC
  • EN ISO 50001

IHE (Integrating the Healthcare Enterprise) is an international initiative that has been in existence since 1997 with the aim of improving the interoperability of information systems in healthcare systems. In particular, it aims to ensure that computer systems from different providers provide a common minimum standard for cooperation.


The IHE publishes Technical Frameworks as guidelines for the cooperation and interoperability of different information systems. Our products meet the relevant IHE requirements for health networking (virtual electronic patient records, health cards) and are regularly tested on IHE Connectathons.


Please find below a list of IHE tested and validated profiles for our products:

für eHealth Solutions

für Archiving Solutions

 

IHE Conformity Assessment Certification
Das IHE (Integrating the Healthcare Enterprise) Conformity Assessment Programm wurde seitens der ITH icoserve technology for healthcare GmbH erfolgreich absolviert. Here you can find further information and the test report.

 

EFA - Electronic case file
Through EFA data protection-compliant interoperability is anchored in the healthcare sector. EFA interfaces should guarantee a smooth flow of information - regardless of format. Our product eHealth Solutions is EFAv2.0 compliant. You can find the proof of conformity here.

 

Projectathon on the electronic patient file (EPD) 2017

The EPD-Projectathon is an interoperability test marathon that is tailored to and necessary for the Swiss requirements for electronic patient files. At the Projectathon, all interested professionals and organisations can test their IT systems among themselves and against the EPD reference environment. ITH icoserve technology for healthcare GmbH has successfully completed the EPD Projectathon 2017. Further information can be found here.