We're building Moveshelf, the first all-in-one application for clinical movement labs. Why is that needed now? And for whom? We're posting a series of blog posts answering that question. In this fourth part, we're taking a look at how IT managers benefit from having Moveshelf in the movement lab.
Electronic health record integration
Moveshelf implements standard HL7v2 and HL7 FHIR interfaces to connect with your hospital Electronic Health Record. Moveshelf has experience connecting to Epic, ChipSoft HiX, and data layers built on InterSystems IRIS for Health.
Secure software architecture
Moveshelf’s systems and architecture are developed and deployed using state-of-the-art secure and high availability cloud infrastructure. Moveshelf implements strict version control in combination with Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment (CI/CD).
Moveshelf adopts Data Protection by design and by default with access control, state of the art security and AES256 encryption. All data and database are always encrypted, both at Rest as well as in Transit and access to data is controlled through token-based authentication (JWT) granted by a trusted identity provider and verified by our access control services. Moveshelf’s underlying services and infrastructure are compliant to important best practice norms such as ISO 27001 (aligned with NEN7510 in the Netherlands) and ISO/IEC 27017:2015.
In the rest of the series, we'll be taking on the perspective of more stakeholders around the movement lab: data protection officers and researchers. If you'd like to receive the whole series as a white paper, please get in touch. Or follow us on Twitter or LinkedIn to be reminded about new posts in the series.