JP2010092213A - Medical information processor, medical information processing method and medical information processing program - Google Patents

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JP2010092213A
JP2010092213A JP2008260668A JP2008260668A JP2010092213A JP 2010092213 A JP2010092213 A JP 2010092213A JP 2008260668 A JP2008260668 A JP 2008260668A JP 2008260668 A JP2008260668 A JP 2008260668A JP 2010092213 A JP2010092213 A JP 2010092213A
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Yasunori Hatakeyama
Takeshi Shimizu
Mamoru Yamashita
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剛 清水
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<P>PROBLEM TO BE SOLVED: To process a series of business process without imposing heavy burden on a user. <P>SOLUTION: The medical information processor 110 processing the series of business process has: a display part 300, a list display part 301, a selection part 302, and a display control part 303. The list display part 301 displays a list of order information including progress of the series of business process on the display part 300. The selection part 302 accepts selection of the optional order information from the list. The display control part 303 displays, when an arbitrary order information is selected, a processing screen for the business process corresponding to the progress of an order specified by the selected order information on the display part 300. <P>COPYRIGHT: (C)2010,JPO&INPIT

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  The present invention relates to a medical information processing apparatus, a medical information processing method, and a medical information processing program for processing medical information.

  A clinical inspection system that displays a list of progress of a series of business processes for each inspection object has been devised (see, for example, Patent Document 1 and Patent Document 2 below). According to such a clinical laboratory system, it is said that the progress status of a series of business processes can be easily managed, and delays and failures in a series of business processes can be detected early. Yes.

JP-A-11-51942 Japanese Patent Laid-Open No. 3-148067

  However, in the prior art, for each inspection target, the user specifies a business process to be processed according to the progress of the inspection target, and then selects a processing screen for the specified business process from a menu or the like. Need to be displayed. In the business process processing screen, the order number. It is necessary to input the order information such as As described above, in the prior art, a large burden is imposed on the user when processing a series of business processes.

  The present invention provides a medical information processing apparatus, a medical information processing method, and a medical information processing program capable of processing a series of business processes without imposing a heavy burden on a user in order to solve the above-described problems caused by the prior art. The purpose is to provide.

  In order to solve the above-described problems and achieve the object, the medical information processing apparatus according to the invention of claim 1 is a medical information processing apparatus that processes a series of business processes, and includes a progress status of the series of business processes. List display means for displaying a list of order information on the display unit, selection means for accepting selection of arbitrary order information from the list, and selected order information in response to selection of arbitrary order information Display control means for displaying on the display unit a processing screen for a business process corresponding to the progress status of the order specified by.

  According to the first aspect of the present invention, it is possible to directly display the process screen of the business process to be processed for the selected order from the state in which the list of order information is displayed.

  According to a second aspect of the present invention, there is provided the medical information processing apparatus according to the first aspect of the invention, wherein the display control means causes the display unit to display a list in which the progress status is simply displayed. To do.

  According to the invention of claim 2, the order is high in visibility as a list, and allows the user to visually and intuitively grasp the progress status of individual orders and the progress status of the entire order to be processed. A list of information can be displayed.

  According to a third aspect of the present invention, in the medical information processing apparatus according to the second aspect, the display control means is specified by the selected order information in response to selection of arbitrary order information. Detailed information on the progress status of the order is further displayed on the display unit.

  According to the third aspect of the present invention, the detailed information on the progress of the order that allows the user to more specifically grasp the progress of the selected order from the state in which the list of order information is displayed. It can be displayed visually and intuitively.

  According to a fourth aspect of the present invention, in the medical information processing apparatus according to the third aspect, the display control means is specified by the selected order information in response to the selection of arbitrary order information. The detailed information indicated by the multiple buttons that mimic the structure of a series of business processes is displayed on the display section, and one of the multiple buttons indicated in the detailed information is pressed Depending on the situation, the processing screen of the business process associated with the pressed button is displayed on the display unit according to the progress status of the order specified by the selected order information. It is characterized by being displayed.

  According to the invention of claim 4, it is detailed information that allows the user to grasp the progress status of the selected order more specifically from the state in which the list of order information is displayed. Detailed information that enables direct transition to the processing screen of a business process to be processed for an order can be displayed visually and intuitively.

  The medical information processing apparatus according to the invention of claim 5 is the medical information processing apparatus according to any one of claims 1 to 4, wherein the display control means is configured to provide each of a plurality of types of materials used in a series of business processes. The inventory status, the materials necessary for all the orders displayed in the list, and the necessary quantities thereof are further displayed on the display unit.

  According to the invention of claim 5, it is possible to further display information that makes it possible to easily collate the necessary amount of materials necessary for processing all orders with the inventory amount.

  The medical information processing apparatus according to the invention of claim 6 is the medical information processing apparatus according to any one of claims 1 to 4, wherein the display control means is a plurality of types of materials used in a series of business processes. The inventory status, the materials necessary for one or a plurality of orders specified by the selected order information, and the necessary quantities thereof are further displayed on the display unit.

  According to the sixth aspect of the present invention, it is possible to further display information that makes it possible to easily collate the necessary amount of materials necessary for processing a plurality of selected orders with the inventory amount. .

  The medical information processing method according to the invention of claim 7 is a medical information processing method for processing a series of business processes, and displays a list of order information including a progress status of the series of business processes on a display unit. A display process, a selection process that accepts selection of arbitrary order information from the list, and according to the progress of the order specified by the selected order information in response to the selection of arbitrary order information A display control step of displaying a processing screen of a business process on a display unit.

  According to the seventh aspect of the present invention, it is possible to directly display the process screen of the business process to be processed for the selected order from the state where the list of order information is displayed.

  The medical information processing program according to the invention of claim 8 is a medical information processing program for processing a series of business processes, and displays a list of order information including a progress status of the series of business processes on a display unit. A display process, a selection process that accepts selection of arbitrary order information from the list, and according to the progress of the order specified by the selected order information in response to the selection of arbitrary order information A display control process for displaying a processing screen for a business process on a display unit is executed by a computer.

  According to the invention of claim 8, it is possible to directly display the processing screen of the business process to be processed for the selected order on the computer from the state where the list of order information is displayed.

  According to the present invention, a series of business processes can be processed without imposing a heavy burden on the user.

  Exemplary embodiments of a medical information processing apparatus, a medical information processing method, and a medical information processing program according to the present invention will be explained below in detail with reference to the accompanying drawings. Thereafter, as an example of a series of business processes, transfusion services including “cross blood typing”, “preparation allocation”, “cross-matching test”, “preparation withdrawal”, and “preparation return” as the business processes. The process will be described.

(System configuration)
First, the system configuration of the medical information processing system according to the present embodiment will be described. FIG. 1 is an explanatory diagram illustrating an example of a system configuration of the medical information processing system according to the present embodiment. In FIG. 1, the medical information processing system 100 includes a medical information processing device 110, a server 120, and an inspection device 130.

  The medical information processing apparatus 110 and the server 120 are connected to each other via a network 150. The medical information processing apparatus 110 and the server 120 are connected to a host system 140 such as a HIS (Medical Information System) via a network 150. An inspection device 130 is connected to the server 120.

  The medical information processing apparatus 110 functions as a client terminal. The server 120 manages various data such as patient information and examination information. The server 120 provides the various data to the medical information processing apparatus 110 in response to a request from the medical information processing apparatus 110.

(Hardware configuration of medical information processing apparatus 110)
Next, the hardware configuration of the medical information processing apparatus 110 will be described. FIG. 2 is a block diagram illustrating an example of a hardware configuration of the medical information processing apparatus 110 according to the present embodiment. Since the hardware configuration of the server 120 is the same as the hardware configuration of the medical information processing apparatus 110, description thereof is omitted.

  As shown in FIG. 2, the medical information processing apparatus 110 includes a CPU 201, a ROM 202, a RAM 203, an HDD (hard disk drive) 204, an HD (hard disk) 205, a display 206, and a network I / F (interface) 207. A keyboard 208 and a mouse 209. Each of the components 201 to 209 is connected to the bus 200.

  The CPU 201 governs overall control of the medical information processing apparatus 110. The ROM 202 stores various data such as a boot program for starting the medical information processing apparatus 110 and a medical information processing program. The RAM 203 is used as a work area for the CPU 201.

  The HDD 204 controls reading and writing of data with respect to the HD 205. The HD 205 stores various data. The display 206 displays various data. The network I / F 207 controls data communication between the medical information processing apparatus 110 and another information processing apparatus. The keyboard 208 and the mouse 209 function as input means for inputting information to the medical information processing apparatus 110.

(Functional configuration of medical information processing apparatus 110)
Next, the functional configuration of the medical information processing apparatus 110 will be described. FIG. 3 is a block diagram illustrating an example of a functional configuration of the medical information processing apparatus 110 according to the present embodiment.

  As illustrated in FIG. 3, the medical information processing apparatus 110 includes a display unit 300, a list display unit 301, a selection unit 302, and a display control unit 303.

  The list display unit 301 causes the display unit 300 to display a list of order information including the progress status of a series of business processes. The list display unit 301 may cause the display unit 300 to display a list in which the progress status is simply shown.

  The selection unit 302 selects arbitrary order information from the list of order information displayed on the display unit 300. For example, the selection unit 302 selects arbitrary order information by an operation of an input device such as a mouse or a keyboard by the user.

  In response to selection of arbitrary order information, the display control unit 303 causes the display unit 300 to display a business process processing screen corresponding to the progress status of the order specified by the selected order information. Here, the display control unit 303 may switch from the order information list display screen to the business process processing screen, or the business process processing screen while the order information list display screen is displayed. May be further displayed.

  The display control unit 303 may cause the display unit 300 to further display detailed information on the progress status of the order specified by the selected order information in response to selection of arbitrary order information. In this case, the display control unit 303 may further display the business process processing screen in response to the user confirming the detailed information.

  The display control unit 303 displays each stock status of a plurality of types of materials used in a series of business processes, materials (for example, preparations and reagents) necessary for all orders displayed in the list, and necessary amounts thereof. Further, it may be further displayed on the display unit 300. Thereby, the user can easily check the necessary amount of materials necessary for processing all orders and the inventory amount.

  The display control unit 303 indicates the stock status of each of a plurality of types of materials used in a series of business processes, the materials necessary for one or a plurality of orders specified by the selected order information, and the necessary amounts thereof. You may display on the display part 300 further. Thereby, the user can easily check the necessary amount of materials necessary for processing the selected orders and the inventory amount.

  In response to selection of arbitrary order information, the display control unit 303 indicates the progress of the order specified by the selected order information by a plurality of buttons simulating the structure of a series of business processes. Detailed information may be further displayed on the display unit 300. In this case, the display control unit 303 is a business process processing screen associated with the pressed button in response to pressing of any of the plurality of buttons indicated in the detailed information, A processing screen for a business process corresponding to the progress of the order specified by the selected order information may be displayed on the display unit 300. Thereby, the user can grasp the progress status of the selected order more specifically, and can easily display the processing screen of the business process to be processed for the selected order.

  The medical information processing apparatus 110 functions as each functional unit illustrated in FIG. 3 when the CPU 201 executes a medical processing program stored in the ROM 202, the RAM 203, or the HD 205.

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Next, a procedure of medical information processing by the medical information processing apparatus 110 will be described. FIG. 4 is a flowchart illustrating an example of a processing procedure for displaying a list of order information by the list display unit 301. Here, an example of a processing procedure for displaying a list of order information of the blood transfusion business process will be described.

  First, screen display items, determination logic, and parameter setting information are acquired from the server 120 (step S401).

  Next, the information list [n] is acquired from the server 120 (step S402). n indicates the number of orders. The information list shows basic information and simple status for each order.

  Next, for all orders shown in the information list, the basic information of the information list (the basic information of the information list is processed using the screen display item, determination logic, and parameter setting information acquired in step S401). Information output as a result of the execution) is displayed in the basic information column of the order information list. (Step S403).

  Next, the product inventory information is acquired from the server 120 (step S404), and the product inventory information acquired in step S404 is displayed on the display unit 300 (step S405).

  Next, it is determined whether or not conditional expression n == 0 is satisfied (step S406). In step S406, when it is determined that the condition is satisfied (step S406: Yes), the series of processing ends. If it is determined in step S406 that the condition is not satisfied (step S406: No), the process proceeds to step S407.

  Next, it is determined whether or not “cancel” is set in the simple status of the information list [n] (step S407). If it is determined in step S407 that it has been set (step S407: Yes), a cancel button is displayed in the status field of the order information list [n] (step S408), and the process proceeds to step S414. On the other hand, if it is determined in step S407 that it has not been set (step S407: No), the process proceeds to step S409.

  Next, it is determined whether or not “use” is set in the simple status of the information list [n] (step S409). If it is determined in step S409 that it is set (step S409: Yes), a use button is displayed in the status column of the order information list [n] (step S410), and the process proceeds to step S414. On the other hand, if it is determined in step S409 that it has not been set (step S409: No), the process proceeds to step S411.

  Next, it is determined whether or not “return” is set in the simple status of the information list [n] (step S411). If it is determined in step S411 that it is set (step S411: Yes), a return button is displayed in the status column of the order information list [n] (step S412), and the process proceeds to step S414. On the other hand, if it is determined in step S411 that it has not been set (step S411: No), the process proceeds to step S413.

  In step S413, each business process ("cross blood type test", "preparation assignment", "cross-match test", "preparation withdrawal", and "preparation return") is displayed in the status field of the order information list [n]. An icon simply indicating each status is displayed (step S413), and the process proceeds to step S414. In step S414, arithmetic processing n = n-1 is executed (step S414). And after performing step S414, it returns to step S406.

  Next, an example of a list of order information displayed on the display unit 300 will be described. FIG. 5 is a diagram illustrating an example of a list of order information displayed on the display unit 300. In FIG. 5, a screen 500 is a screen displayed on the display unit 300. On the screen 500, a transfusion order list 510, which is an example of a list of order information, is displayed.

  The transfusion order list 510 includes a basic information column and a status column. In the basic information column, “order No.”, “patient ID”, “name”, “ABO (blood type)”, “Rh”, “antibody”, “ The “formulation name”, “unit”, “method”, “use place”, and “scheduled use date” are displayed. Under the control of the list display unit 301, an icon that simply indicates the progress status of the order is displayed in the status column.

  Specifically, in the status column, five icons indicating the status of each business process are displayed side by side. For each of the five icons, an icon indicating “completed”, an icon indicating “to be processed”, or an icon indicating “incomplete or in progress (in process)” is used. As a result, the user can visually and intuitively grasp the status of each business process for each order.

  For example, in the transfusion order list 510, in the status column of the order of “order No.” “00000001”, an icon indicating “to be processed” is displayed in the second icon from the left. As a result, the user can visually and intuitively understand that the second business process should be processed for the order.

  The list display unit 301 can display a progress status of a series of business processes in the status column by a display form other than the above. For example, as shown in FIG. 5, in the status column, “use” indicating that the preparation has been used in the business process “preparation return”, “return” indicating that the preparation has been returned, and the order are canceled. “Cancel” indicating that this has occurred can be displayed in a button format. When the user presses these buttons, the medical information processing apparatus 110 may notify the system that the user has confirmed the status of the order, and may delete the order line from the order list.

  The screen 500 has a detailed status column 520. In the detailed status column 520, detailed information on the progress status of the selected order among the orders displayed in the transfusion order list 510 under the control of the display control unit 303 is displayed.

  Specifically, in the detailed status column 520, five buttons simulating a series of business processes are displayed in order of processing. Each button is different from the icon displayed in the status column of the transfusion order list 510 in that a business process name is described. In the detailed status column 520, a button for a business process to be processed and a button for another business process are displayed in different colors. Each button has a link to the business process processing screen, and when the button is pressed, the business process processing screen associated with the pressed icon is displayed on the display unit 300. Is done.

  For example, in the example shown in FIG. 5, in the transfusion order list 510, an order having “order No.” of “00000001” is selected. As a result, in the detailed status column 520, the button of “formulation assignment”, which is a business process to be processed for the selected order, is displayed in a different color from the buttons of other business processes. The user can cause the display unit 300 to display a process screen for the business process “preparation assignment” by pressing a “preparation assignment” button.

  The screen 500 is provided with a drug product inventory column 530. In the drug product inventory field 530, drug product inventory information acquired from the server 120 is displayed under the control of the display control unit 303. In the transfusion order list 510, it is possible to sort by status, blood type, or product name. Thereby, since the user can easily compare the required amount of the preparation with the stock amount, the efficiency of the preparation work in the day's work can be improved and the order work can be easily predicted.

  Next, an example of a business process processing screen displayed on the display unit 300 will be described. FIG. 6 is a diagram illustrating an example of a business process processing screen displayed on the display unit 300. In FIG. 6, a screen 600 is a screen displayed on the display unit 300, and is a processing screen for the business process “preparation assignment” for an order with “order No.” being “00000001”.

  For example, the screen 600 is displayed on the screen 500 shown in FIG. 5 by selecting the “preparation assignment” icon from the state in which the order with “order No.” is “00000001” is selected. The information is displayed on the display unit 300 under the control of 303. At this time, information on the order is automatically inherited from the screen 500 shown in FIG. Thereby, since a user's input operation can be reduced, a user's input mistake can be avoided.

  After the necessary processing is performed on the screen 600, the medical information processing apparatus 110 transmits the processing contents of the order to the server 120 when the registration button 602 is pressed. As a result, the server 120 updates the status information of the order from “formulation dispensing” to “preparation return”. The medical information processing apparatus 110 can always display the latest status information by acquiring the status information from the server 120 each time the screen 500 is displayed.

  As described above, according to the medical information processing apparatus 110 of this embodiment, the processing screen of the business process to be processed for the selected order is directly displayed from the state where the list of order information is displayed. be able to. This allows the user to specify the business process to be processed according to the progress status of the order, or to select the business process to be processed from the menu etc. The process screen can be displayed. Therefore, a series of business processes can be processed without imposing a heavy burden on the user.

  In addition, according to the medical information processing apparatus 110 of the present embodiment, since a list of order information in which order progress is simply displayed is displayed, the progress of individual orders and the entire order to be processed As a result, the user can visually and intuitively grasp the progress status.

  Also, according to the medical information processing apparatus 110 of the present embodiment, detailed information on the progress status of the selected order can be displayed visually and intuitively from the state where the list of order information is displayed. The user can be made to grasp the progress of the selected order more specifically without imposing a heavy burden on the user.

  Moreover, according to the medical information processing apparatus 110 of this embodiment, since the list of order information can be displayed, the materials necessary for the selected order and the inventory status can be directly displayed. Thus, the user can be provided with information useful for planning and preparing a procurement plan for preparations and reagents necessary for the selected order.

  In addition, according to the medical information processing apparatus 110 of the present embodiment, when a plurality of orders are processed in parallel, a navigation support to a processing screen for a business process to be performed in an individual order is provided. Can process business processes. In addition, since the entire business process to be processed can be easily grasped, a series of business processes can be systematically processed. Furthermore, since it is possible to easily collate the required amount of preparations and reagents required to process all orders with the inventory amount, it is possible to prepare in advance for additional orders, etc. A series of business processes can be processed. The present invention can be applied to, for example, a blood collection facility using a blood product.

  The medical information processing method described in the present embodiment can be realized by executing a program prepared in advance on a computer such as a personal computer or a workstation. This program is recorded on a computer-readable storage medium such as a RAM, a hard disk, a flexible disk, a CD-ROM, an MO, and a DVD, and is executed by being read from the storage medium by the computer. The program may be a transmission medium that can be distributed via a network such as the Internet.

  As described above, the medical information processing apparatus, the medical information processing method, and the medical information processing program according to the present invention are useful in a medical information processing system that processes medical information, and in particular, progress in the order of a series of business processes. Suitable for use in medical information processing systems that list situations.

It is explanatory drawing which shows an example of the system configuration | structure of the medical information processing system concerning this Embodiment. It is a block diagram which shows an example of the hardware constitutions of the medical information processing apparatus concerning this Embodiment. It is a block diagram which shows an example of a function structure of the medical information processing apparatus concerning this Embodiment. It is a flowchart which shows an example of the procedure of the process which displays the list of order information by a list display part. It is a figure which shows an example of the list of order information displayed on the display part. It is a figure which shows an example of the process screen of the business process displayed on the display part.

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DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 100 Medical information processing system 110 Medical information processing apparatus 120 Server 130 Inspection apparatus 140 Host system 150 Network 200 Bus 201 CPU
202 ROM
203 RAM
204 HDD
205 HD
206 Display 207 Network I / F
208 keyboard 209 mouse 300 display unit 301 list display unit 302 selection unit 303 display control unit 500 screen 510 transfusion order list 520 detailed status column 600 screen 602 registration button

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  1. A medical information processing apparatus for processing a series of business processes,
    A list display means for displaying a list of order information including a progress status of the series of business processes on a display unit;
    A selection means for accepting selection of arbitrary order information from the list;
    Display control means for displaying, on the display unit, a process screen of a business process corresponding to the progress status of the order specified by the selected order information in response to selection of the arbitrary order information;
    A medical information processing apparatus comprising:
  2. The display control means includes
    The medical information processing apparatus according to claim 1, wherein the list on which the progress status is simply displayed is displayed on the display unit.
  3. The display control means includes
    The detailed information on the progress status of the order specified by the selected order information is further displayed on the display unit in response to selection of the arbitrary order information. The medical information processing apparatus described.
  4. The display control means includes
    The details in which the progress status of the order specified by the selected order information is indicated by a plurality of buttons simulating the structure of the series of business processes in response to selection of the arbitrary order information. Further displaying information on the display,
    The process information processing screen associated with the pressed button when one of the plurality of buttons indicated in the detailed information is pressed, and the selected order information The medical information processing apparatus according to claim 3, wherein a display screen of a business process corresponding to the progress status of the order specified by is displayed on the display unit.
  5. The display control means includes
    The display unit further displays on the display section the stock status of each of a plurality of types of materials used in the series of business processes, the materials necessary for all orders displayed in the list, and the required amount thereof. The medical information processing apparatus according to claim 1, wherein the medical information processing apparatus is a medical information processing apparatus.
  6. The display control means includes
    The display unit displays the inventory status of each of a plurality of types of materials used in the series of business processes, the materials necessary for one or a plurality of orders specified by the selected order information, and the required amount thereof. The medical information processing apparatus according to claim 1, further displayed.
  7. A medical information processing method for processing a series of business processes,
    A list display step for displaying a list of the order information including the progress of the series of business processes on a display unit;
    A selection step for accepting selection of arbitrary order information from the list;
    A display control step for displaying, on the display unit, a process screen of a business process corresponding to the progress status of the order specified by the selected order information in response to selection of the arbitrary order information;
    A medical information processing method comprising:
  8. A medical information processing program that processes a series of business processes,
    A list display step for displaying a list of the order information including the progress of the series of business processes on a display unit;
    A selection step for accepting selection of arbitrary order information from the list;
    A display control step for displaying, on the display unit, a process screen of a business process corresponding to the progress status of the order specified by the selected order information in response to selection of the arbitrary order information;
    Medical information processing program characterized by causing a computer to execute.
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