SanteDB Server is the generic platform upon which all SanteSuite applications are built. SanteDB provides a robust, flexible, clinical data repository (CDR) and concept dictionary management solution.
SanteDB Disconnected Clinical Data Repository (dCDR) technologies expose SanteDB iCDR functions on low-powered consumer devices and provides complete offline runtime environment for SanteDB solutions.
SanteMPI is the next generation master patient index (MPI) based on SanteDB CDR. Building on the MEDIC CR 1.2, this robust patient matching solution includes additional privacy and security controls and probabalistic matching.
SanteEMR provides a flexible primary care electronic medical records system which operates in disconnected mode for months at a time. SanteEMR provides a user interface atop the SanteDB CDR and has complete support for offline use.
SanteGuard is a complete and robust toolset for reviewing and maintaining privacy and security audit logs within a SanteDB instance. SanteGuard allows administrators to query, audit and make decisions based on events ocurring within a SanteDB deployment.
The SanteSuite server side HDSI (Health Data Services Interface) is flexible and can operate on public infrastructure as well as privately hosted data centres, allowing for maximum flexibility in your deployment.
The SanteDB platform upon which SanteSuite is built is 100% open source and released under the Apache 2.0 license. SanteSuite team members are committed to maintaining this platform for the community.
Several SanteSuite components can be accessed from mobile devices in offline mode (Windows, Linux, MacOS and Android 4.4 tablets) where they maintain 100% behaviorial and data integrity with the server side solutions.
All SanteSuite products (SanteEMR, SanteMPI, SanteGuard) adhere to international data standards including HL7 FHIR, HL7 Version 2.x, HL7 CDA, IHE PIX & PDQ, IHE ATNA, GS1 BMS XML, OAUTH, and many more .
The SanteDB iCDR supports a robust information model based on a simplified version of the HL7 Reference Information Model (RIM). This means that SanteDB can store clinical information related to any clinical scenario.
The SanteDB iCDR server runs on a variety of server platforms including Microsoft Windows, Linux, and MacOS on x86 and ARM.
SanteDB exposes a variety of proprietary and standards-based APIs which can be used to integrate SanteDB with a variety of third party solutions via HL7 v2.5, FHIR, GS1 BMS, and many others. OpenAPI Spec
SanteDB Disconnected CDR provides a series of tools for operating local copies of the SanteDB iCDR applications in contexts where connectivity to the central CDR service is not available. Synchronization occurs opportunistically whenever a connection is available.
SanteDB's dCDR provides runtimes for a variety of platform and use cases. This includes providing consistent, responsive UI on Linux, Windows, MacOS, and Android operating systems.
SanteDB dCDR supports standard interfaces such as HL7v2.5, HL7 FHIR, IHE ATNA, and others. The dCDR can be setup as an offline gateway, allowing otherwise online-only clients to operate offline in the SanteDB ecosystem.
SanteGuard, built atop SanteDB iCDR, can be configured to provide enterprise single-sign-on using OAUTH 2.0 and JWT standards.
SanteGuard provides a robust audit trail solution and communicates with any other SanteDB based solution as an audit repository.
SanteGuard provides a centralized audit repository and access control service. If you're running multiple SanteDB solutions, or third party applications, you can leverage SanteGuard's functionality.
SanteGuard provides standards based audit APIs for submission such as IETF RFC3881, NEMA DICOM, and HL7 FHIR format audits over BSD Syslog (UDP and TCP), and HTTP.
OpenIZ provides an enhanced data model which can store more than just immunization data including organizational heirarchy, observations, and conditions.
OpenIZ supports a robust decision support system which can actively propose current immunizations which are to be administered to a patient.
OpenIZ provides a scalable architecture which can support thousands of clinics, millions of administration events and patients.
OpenIZ supports a variety of data interchange standards (HL7, GS1 BMS, etc.) as well as vaccination codification standards (CVX, GTIN, etc.).
SanteMPI leverages a customizable block > classify > link record linkage algorithm for ensuring that duplicate patients are, in-fact, duplicates.
SanteMPI provides a new MDM functionality which provides client applications complete control over a locally submitted copy of a patient record. Queries result in a synthetic master record.
Leveraging SanteDB dCDR, the SanteMPI solution can operate offline, providing an offline MPI gateway to/from the central MPI. Clients on the offline gateway can use HL7 v2.5 or HL7 FHIR to perform MPI functions while offline.
SanteMPI, like its predecessor MEDIC CR, supports a variety of standards for patient registration including IHE PIX/PDQ (for HL7v2) and HL7 FHIR.
SanteEMR will leverage SanteDB's clinical decision support engine to implement care protocols for a variety of primary-care use cases including immunization, nutrition counseling, scheduling, disease management.
SanteEMR builds on the capabilities of OpenIZ and provides a complete clinic management solution including clinical transactions, stock management, reporting, and more.
SanteEMR allows jurisdictions to publish offline-available knowledgebases which are provided to clinicians in context sensitive areas to provide best-practices guidance for clinicians.
Deployment of SanteEMR is flexible, providing offline-first, online-only and hybrid deployments. SanteEMR's foundation on the SanteDB dCDR means that the application can be run on available hardware resources.