Connecting Healthcare networks and enabling a better patient care with patient record systems Lorenzo.
Increase productivity and improve manageability
Lorenzo patient record systems (electronic health record) are provided by Computer Sciences Corporation as part of the United Kingdom government’s National Programme for IT in the NHS. CSC and Microsoft help clients transform their businesses and leverage technology to improve manageability, increase productivity and create the agility needed to respond to changing market conditions.

Lorenzo’s functionality not only delivers acute care, but also supports mental health, maternity, A&E and day care. Moreover, upgrades, data migration and product extensions can be managed with virtually no downtime, safe-guarding continuity. Configurable to local market needs Lorenzo delivers real-world benefits to organizations too, while enabling greater operational efficiency.

Security and healthcare IT standards
With patients and the delivery of care at its heart, Lorenzo application has been designed with patient empowerment, improved clinical outcomes and security/confidentiality in mind at all times. Security and privacy Lorenzo is accessed via role-based single sign-on and enabled integrated with advanced authentication systems using Smartcards.

UI Centric worked closely with Microsoft and CSC to develop a compact Lorenzo application on Windows 8 including the NHS Smartcard integration. It also meets all required healthcare IT standards — HL7, SNOMED Clinical Terms, Patient Demographic Service, Dictionary of Medicines and Devices.
At a glance
Integrated NHS smartcard authentication
Native Windows functionality combined with IBM Mobile First framework
Online and offline versatility
NHS Smartcard integration
We invested heavily in an extensive NHS Smartcard integration process into a Windows store application. The smartcard authentication is managed by a special library in a C++ wrapper embedded into a Brokered Windows Runtime Component that dynamically loads the special library and interacts with it on behalf of the actual Windows store application.

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