SAHARA Smart analysis
SAHRA is a medical smart analysis platform for health care.
|SWOT Analysis for
SAHARA Smart analysis
|Strengths• Combine billing data, treatment data as well as study and registry data in a legally secure manner and make it accessible to the authorized health care providers and users.
• Make various types of supply data analysable, in order to transfer the resulting findings into the care practice.
• Uses pseudonymized (after release) or anonymized data.
• Data privacy: Personal data protected on the SAHRA platform by appropriate and proven technical and organizational measures. All procedures are legally assessed in advance and approved by the relevant data protection authorities.
• Data security: Personal data is protected against accidental or intentional manipulation, partial or total loss, destruction or against unauthorized access by third parties through appropriate technical and organizational security measures.
|Weaknesses• Data privacy
• Data security
• Low TRL
• Lack of system Integration: Clinical, administrative, and financial systems are not linked, and as a result, many healthcare institutions are not yet maximizing their IT potential
• Slow IT Adoption: Traditionally, healthcare has been slow to adopt IT and has lagged significantly behind other industries in the use of IT.
|Opportunities• In the whole healthcare area, there is an increasing cost pressure and every gain in efficiency has to be utilized
• Improvement in reporting and data presentation capabilities
• Improvement in quality of healthcare services
• Effective and efficient resources utilization procedures
• Improvement in patients trust and satisfaction
• Encouragement in proactive healthcare practices
• Public awareness and community support programs
• Training programs and facilities
• Unification and integration of Public and Private sector health records
• Improved support for knowledge management and decision making
• Productive, efficient and effective healthcare management
• Better human resource management
• Costing and budget analysis for enhanced funds utilization
• Sufficient allocation of resources for supporting IT infrastructure
• Internet availability and enhanced bandwidth
|Threats• Economic and medical challenges
• Data protection
• Data quality
• Users resistance to systems change and implementation
• Rapid changes in and IT systems
• Unreliable and unrealistic system and reporting requirements