Fundamental to the design is that the user sees the system as a single integrated suite of applications and not a number of disparate systems. Where data needs to be shared between applications this is done seamlessly and transparently to the end user. It is also done in "real-time", meaning data is immediately visible in all systems.
For example, a change made to the electronic patient record in the administration application would automatically update the information in the clinical application. Similarly, the impact of a new episode, treatment or intervention in the clinical application will update the administration and billing application to ensure the care is billed as soon as possible.
Where the user makes a change in one application an automatic, live update takes place in the related application. There is no need to re-key information ensuring complete integrity of the data across the system at all times.
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