Health Sense is a project to create data conversion tools. During the project, we will create tools that will make it easier and faster to release pseudonymized, blurred, and sometimes aggregated data that can be considered open data. This means that individuals are not identifiable and do not have to go through a long chain of coordination to obtain data.Read more Health Sense
Our projects and services
TEHIK manages over 40 databases, thanks to which we can create essential e-services for almost 1,3 million people. For that, we use state-of-the-art and secure infotechnological solutions and cooperate with the best companies of private sector.
We make the essential e-services in the fields of health, social security and labour accessible for all and work towards solutions that are fast, simple and hassle-free. We value time and we believe people should not spend unnecessary time for communicating with the state.
The activities of the Labour Inspectorate are supported under the ESF CPS programme ‘Development of a working environment that values occupational health and safety’.Read more Occupational projects and funding
The new solution, which will be launched in Estonia in the summer of 2022, will simplify the work of doctors and other health care workersprofessionals, providing quick access to a summary of the health data of a foreign citizen in a critical situation. This means that if a person is involved in an accident and is unable to give explanations or does not know the local language, the doctor can get basic information about his or her critical health data (drug allergies, recent surgeries, etc.), and is therefore enabled to ensure better treatment.Read more Cross-border exchange of patient’s health data
The e-service developed for the Social Insurance Board helps people to get the needed medical appliances faster and cheaper. We no longer work with data on paper. This is more convenient for our customers and our employees and ensures that the service is received faster. Read more E-service for medical appliances
In the internet-based self-service of the Social Insurance Board, people can conveniently manage the services and benefits offered for them.Read more Self-service of the Social Insurance Board
Since May 2020, family physicians and nurses can use the decision support system of clinical decisions that enables to receive patient-based recommendations to their desktop and helps reach quality decisions faster. The clinical decision support system is the first one of its kind in Estonia, as it gathers and analyses people’s data, e.g., the diagnoses of the last five years, prescribed medicines, analyses, blood pressure measurements, lifestyle indicators and genetic risk scores.Read more The decision support of the Estonian Health Insurance Fund
The Register of Medicinal Products is a state register, the purpose of which is to keep account of all medicinal products and their packages sold in Estonia. For creating a more user-friendly and modern environment, the webpage of the Register of Medicinal Products was renewed in 2020. During the upgrade, the search system became much more convenient, making it easier to search for information related to medicines from both the phone and the computer. For the process, a working group was established consisting of family physicians, citizens and pharmacists, who tested the new solution in web and mobile view.Read more Ravimiregister.ee - Register of Medicinal Products
Cloud technology enables to create solutions that help to scale business services according to necessity. TEHIK is one of the most important and competent implementers of cloud technology in the public sector. This is why we have been able to reject processes that do not create value to our clients and the society.Read more Cloud solutions
Thanks to TEHIK, most if the employees of the Labour Inspectorate took their work to the new employees’ application in the spring of 2020. The previous application, which was launched in 2003, had reached the end of its life and further development was not feasible. For this reason, a new officials’ application was developed where all the e-services supporting the work of public servants will be moved in the future. At the time of the launch of the officials’ application, a standard module for conducting supervision proceedings was in place, with several processes already automated for the inspector along with the possibility to retrieve more information from other registers (eg employment register or commercial register). In addition, a special tablet view has been designed for supervising the working environment, making the on-site working environment inspection process in companies faster and easier. What is most important is that the work of inspectors is now faster and better targeted, allowing for more effective supervision that contributes to creating a safer working environment for everyone.Read more The application for the employees of the Labour Inspectorate
In May 2021, the new Working Life Portal was launched. The portal also enables to access the information system of the Labour Inspectorate - TEIS, which assists companies in creating a good work environment for their employees.Read more Working Life Portal
In Estonia, approximately 15,500 deaths are reported in a year. As a result of the e-report of death project, death-related data began to be exchanged digitally between institutions and relatives of the deceased were freed from the bureaucracy.Read more E-report of death
The project created an application for managing the lists of raw data and laboratory analyses encoded in the LOINC standard.Read more The application for managing the e-laboratory