Here are some examples of applications running in the TI:
Electronic Health Record (ePA): the ePA is a digital health record where patients can store their medical data. As an application of the TI, it is designed to facilitate the exchange of health data between different healthcare providers.
Electronic certificate of incapacity for work (eAU): The eAU is a digital certificate of incapacity for work issued by physicians and transmitted to health insurers via the TI.
Electronic Medication Plans (eMP): The eMP is a digital medication plan that contains important information about a patient's medication. The eMP is designed to help prevent medication errors.
Emergency Data Management (NFDM): NFDM is a directory that stores important patient medical information. NFDM enables rapid and targeted medical assistance in an emergency.
E-prescription: The e-prescription is digitally created as well as signed, and issuance is mandatory for all those with statutory health insurance. The prescription code can be redeemed either on the smartphone or by printing it out at a pharmacy. Using the app gives patients secure, privacy-compliant access to prescription data.
Other apps include KIM (Communication in Medicine), TIM (TI Messenger), ISiK, or DEMIS.