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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Mikhail Kovalchuk
Data Analysis of Laboratory Diagnostics in Medical Informatics
2018
A large number of laboratory tests are conducted in clinical diagnostic laboratories nowadays. Their number increases every year, and the problem of accurate identification and codification of laboratory tests becomes more relevant.

In addition, there is the telemedicine law adopted in 2018, so the issue of the rational use of codifiers is urgent, especially if we take into account the attempts of the Ministry of Health of the Russian Federation to make the FSLI directory the main codifier on the territory of the country, while a considerable part of the devices necessary in telemedicine (and medicine in general) for diagnostics are created to be easily integrated to the LOINC system.

The aim of the work is to study the current status of the classification and codification of laboratory tests and the services of medical laboratories.

As the object of work are the most relevant to date codifiers.

As subjects of work are significant for practical use of the properties of codifiers, as well as the results of the use of codifiers in the activities of medical laboratories.

The list of tasks to be carried out includes studying the most relevant international and Russian codifiers, conducting a comparative analysis of codifiers, analyzing the experience of implementing codifiers in national health systems, as well as studying practical examples of classification and codification in the activity of the laboratory "Gemotest".

On the basis of the work done, it can be concluded that the use of a rational codifier for laboratory tests in the clinical diagnostic system greatly simplifies the work and reduces the number of unforced errors, and also allows for better statistics and, as a consequence, optimizes resources. Moreover, the presence of such a single codifier simplifies communication between different systems, which is also beneficial from the point of view of business.

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