In order to develop technological cooperation, tests were conducted for compatibility of KMIS.Region software (by "Kompleksnyye meditsinskiye informatsionnyye sistemy") under the domestic operating system RED OS (by RED SOFT). Test results confirmed the correct operation of the products. The results are reflected in the bilateral certificate.
KIMS.Region is a centralized cloud-based regional medical information system designed to provide information support for the management of the region’s healthcare system and provide the necessary services for medical and pharmaceutical organizations. The program is registered in the Unified Register of Russian Software and Databases of the Ministry of Communications of Russia (No. 4724).
RED OS is a Russian, Linux-family, general-purpose operating system for servers and workstations. The product is certified by FSTEC of Russia (Cert. No. 4060, dated January 12, 2019), which confirms its compliance with the requirements of information security and allows its use for Government information systems and Personal Data systems up to 1 class inclusively. The RED OS is registered in the Unified Register of Russian software and databases of the Ministry of Communications and Mass Media of Russia (reg. No. 3751).
“RED SOFT pays considerable attention to the development of a partnership program and, in particular, to expanding the compatibility list of its products. Positive results of testing the KMIS.Region information system under RED OS will improve the efficiency of medical institutions by offering the market a reliable import-independent solution”, Rustam Rustamov, Deputy RED SOFT CEO, commented.
“For several years now, we at K-MIS have been systematically and consistently implementing an import substitution program for our healthcare software products. We believe that it is right and necessary to ensure the transfer of medical information systems that are critical for the country to domestic system software, including for security reasons, reducing the cost of technical support and saving taxpayer funds that are spent on medical information technology within Russia. Cooperation with RED SOFT is another step in this direction”, Alexander Gusev, an expert at K-MIS, said.