RT MIS and RED SOFT confirmed interoperability of the ECP.MIS medical information system, ECP.LIS laboratory information system and RED OS operating system. The tests were conducted in the client part of the IS. The tested software products were registered in the Unified Register of Russian Software and Databases, which confirms their compliance with the import substitution policy and ensures meeting certain requirements of the Federal Law "On security of critical information infrastructure of the Russian Federation" for the CII objects.
ECP.MIS and ECP.LIS are the product solutions of RT MIS for digitalization of business processes in healthcare. ECP.MIS automates the activities of polyclinics, hospitals, FAPs, and creates a unified information space in regional healthcare. ECP.LIS automates the work of laboratories. RT MIS solutions reduce routine work of a doctor, support treatment processes, and form patient-centered approaches in medicine.
RED OS is a Russian Linux family operating system for servers and workstations, providing a universal environment for the use of application software. The product is certified by FSTEC of Russia, which confirms its compliance with information security requirements and allows its use in government information systems. Previously, the companies confirmed the correctness of the ECP.MIS software product and the RED OS operating system with a preconfigured "Workstation" configuration in the server section.
"Development of the RED OS ecosystem for its use at CII facilities, particularly in healthcare institutions is one of the strategic lines of RED SOFT's work. Today, our operating system is installed in medical institutions of 46 regions of the country, and this number keeps growing. This is related, first of all, to a qualitative and quantitative increase in the list of specialized software compatible with RED OS. We would like to thank RT MIS for the long-term cooperation in digitalization of one of the main spheres of the country's life - healthcare", Rustam Rustamov, Deputy RED SOFT CEO, commented.