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IT- och informationssäkerhet inom prehospital vård: Kommunikation mellan ambulans och sjukhus inom Stockholms Läns Landsting och Region Kronoberg
KTH, School of Technology and Health (STH).
KTH, School of Technology and Health (STH).
2017 (Swedish)Independent thesis Basic level (degree of Bachelor), 10 credits / 15 HE creditsStudent thesisAlternative title
IT- and information security within prehospital care : Communication between ambulance and hospital within Stockholm’s County Council and Region Kronoberg (English)
Abstract [sv]

Den prehospitala vården är en viktig del av den svenska sjukvården, vårdprocessen innefattar all vård patient får utanför sjukhus. Den prehospitala vårdens kvalitet varierar hos olika landsting beroende på deras tekniska utrustningar och arbetsmetoder. Detta arbete utreder hur Region Kronoberg (RK) och Stockholms Läns Landsting (SLL) hanterar IT- och informationssäkerhet inom den prehospitala vården, då framförallt inom ambulanssjukvården.

 

Arbetet har utförts via litteraturstudie kring lagar och riktlinjer som påverkar den prehospitala vården och sedan utfördes intervjuer för att finna hur RK och SLL hanterar patientjournaler.

 

Arbetet visar att RK och SLL har jobbat olika länge med att digitalisera den prehospitala vårdprocessen, men att de idag använder lika säkra arbetsmetoder. Anledningen till detta är att bådas lösningar grundas i användandet av det säkra nätverket Sjunet. Vidare visade det sig att RK och SLL har olika grundförutsättningar för journalåtkomst. Avslutningsvis finner detta arbete inga säkerhetsrisker i anslutningen till de digitala journalsystemen, men att användandet av mobila enheter som lagrar journal utgör en säkerhetsrisk.

Abstract [en]

Prehospital care is an important part of the Swedish health system, the care process is dedicated to any kind of emergency out-of-hospital acute medical care. The quality of prehospital care varies between different counties, depending on their technical equipment and work methods. This essay investigates how Region Kronoberg (RK) and Stockholm’s County Council (SLL) have dealt with IT- and information security questions concerning prehospital care.

 

The essay is conducted by collecting laws and guidelines related to IT-security. Interviews were later on conducted with intention to collect information about RK’s and SLL’s definition of accessibility and communication of patient journals

 

This essay shows that RK and SLL begun digitizing their prehospital care at different times, but that they are as in now able to use equally safe methods for dealing with journals. The reason behind this is that they both root their solutions in the secluded network Sjunet. It is further concluded that SLL and RK have different prerequisites for journal access. Lastly, we could conclude that the greatest security risk is not associated with the connection between hardware, but rather misplacing any hardware containing delicate information.

Place, publisher, year, edition, pages
2017. , 33 p.
Series
TRITA-STH, 2017:52
Keyword [en]
Prehospital care, handover, IT security, journal, Sjunet, Ambulance, Communication
Keyword [sv]
prehospital vård, överrapportering, IT-säkerhet, journal, Sjunet, ambulans, kommunikation
National Category
Other Medical Engineering
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URN: urn:nbn:se:kth:diva-210727OAI: oai:DiVA.org:kth-210727DiVA: diva2:1119482
External cooperation
Innovationsplatsen, Karolinska Universitetssjukhuset
Subject / course
Medical Engineering
Educational program
Master of Science in Engineering - Medical Engineering
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