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  1. See http://apps.internet2.edu/health Internet2 Health Sciences Mary Kratz Chair Internet2 Health Sciences Working Group Internet2 Spring 2001 Member Meeting March 7, 2001

  2. Topics • Internet2 Health Science Initiative • Health Science Workgroup activities • 2001 spring member session

  3. Why Academic Health Centers? • Provide intellectual capital • Pipeline for future investigators • AHCs serve as critical interface to assure that research advances get to patients. • Modern research laboratories and expertise • Focus on research excellence

  4. The Scope of the Internet2 Health Science Workgroup includes clinical practice, medical and related biological research, education, and medical awareness in the Public.

  5. With an Emphasis On: • Medical applications on the Internet. • Development of application tools to take advantage of Internet2 advanced network services. • Leverage and influence Internet2 resources to apply solutions to the medical domain. • Inform the medical community of these activities.

  6. Goals and Objectives • Focus on research partnerships for advanced applications • Enhance collaboration and information sharing • Development of demonstrations and tools • Cooperate on standards to maintain global interoperability

  7. OHSU UMich UIC NLM Stanford UCSD WUSTL UTenn UAB TAMU Hawaii Internet2 Member Universities185 Members As of February 2001 • 120 internet2 member universities have medical colleges • About 50 members active in health sciences • Strong leadership team • Working closely with AAMC/NIH/NLM

  8. Internet2/NGI Relationship • U.S. Next generation internet (NGI) • Lead by National Institutes of Health • Affiliate member of internet2 • Internet2 • Led by higher education • Focused on research and education • National Library of Medicine partnerships • Demonstrations • Workshops

  9. Application Attributes • Interactive research collaboration and instruction • Real-time access to remote resources • Large-scale, multi-site computation and data mining • Shared virtual reality • Any combination of the above

  10. Network of Collaborations • People to people • Collaborations • Engineering expertise • Medical expertise • Information access • Libraries and knowledge bases • Data stores (ie. Clinical) • Metadata definitions • Resources • Abilene backbone • Advanced research applications and tools • Facilities • Virtual laboratories • Super computers • Knowledge Clearinghouse

  11. Health Science Workgroups

  12. Working Group VS Initiative • Internet2 Initiatives • Have a wide scope • Advanced Application Initiatives include: • Health Sciences • Arts and Humanities • Digital Video • Internet2 Working Group • Focused on a specific activity or deliverable • Multicast Workgroup • Security Workgroup • IPv6 Workgroup

  13. Health Science Working Groups • Medical Middleware • Medical Security • Medical Distance Education • Regional Testbeds (connectivity in medicine) • Future Health Science Working Groups • Veterinary • Quality of Service • Structural Biology • Nanotechnology • Human Genome • Clinical Trials

  14. Medical Middleware Working Group • Medical Middleware Leads • Rob Carter • Director Systems AdministrationOffice of Information TechnologyDuke University • Jack Buchanan, MSEE, MD • Associate Professor, Biomedical Engineering and Medicine, University of Tennessee, Memphis • Staff Physician, Memphis VA Medical Center • MACEmed • Middleware Architecture Committee for Education in Medicine • Electronic health record collaboratory formation

  15. Medical Security Working Group • Security Lead • Jere Retzer • Chair of the Portland Research and Education Network (PREN) • Manager of Advanced Internet ProgramsOregon Health Science University • Workshop Collaboration on HIPAA Guidelines • Plethora of future activities • CERTmed • “IRB”-like activity for security and privacy occurrences • Privacy goes hand in hand with Security

  16. Medical Education • Medical / Distance Education Lead • Terry Clark, MedSchool.com • Up for options • OHSU and UPitt Internet2 Application • Visible Human Project creating content and tools • Numerous activities underway • Working curriculum between Internet2 Medical campuses • Demonstrations

  17. Collaborations • Visible Human Project Collaboratory • Industry outreach and education • AMIA 2000 • RSNA 2000 • AAMC GIR 2001 • RSNA 2001 • Leadership strategies with AAMC GIR • National testbeds • Standards coordination • International collaborations

  18. Digital Video Testbeds • Digital Video - Lead by Jill Gemmill (UAB) • Access Grid - No lead • Utah • Boston University • UC • NWU • University of Illinois Chicago • Kansas • UIUC

  19. Future Working Groups • Veterinary • Lead Gary Allen • Quality of Service • No leadership • End to End Performance or Application Initiative • Biomedical • Leadership Team in formation • Nanotechnology • Genomics • Structural Biology

  20. Integration Role for Internet2 Virtual Laboratories Biocomplexity Data Management Multidisciplinary Security NCRR reference

  21. Spring 2001 Member Meeting

  22. Working Group Meeting • Medical middleware lead by Jack Buchanan • E H R collaboratory Exploration lead by Larry Flournoy • Visible Human Project collaboratory lead by Donald P. Jenkins • Veterinary sciences lead by Gary Allen • Security and privacylead by Jere Retzer • Guidelines for academic medical centers on security and privacy • Future activities in security • Workgroup business meeting lead by Mary Kratz • Industry outreach sessions • Upcoming sessions • Action items • Next meeting

  23. Advanced Health Science Applications • Nanotechology Advancements • Mauro Ferrari,PhD, Ohio State University • A Multifaceted View of the Human Genome • David Wheeler, NIH NCBI • E-Healthcare Activities and International Collaborative Opportunities in Australia • Prof. Peter Yellowlees, University of Queensland, Australia. • Medical Education and Internet2 • William Hersh, M.D, Oregon Health Sciences University

  24. Leadership Strategies: Investing in NGI • Discuss the value proposition of the medical domain for investing in NGI • Learn how to take advantage of NGI for academic and clinical applications. • Stimulate return on investment in high performance networking • Establish QoS to fulfil your business requirements • Sustain the investment in Internet2 • Jere Retzer, Oregon Health Science University • Michael J. Ackerman, Ph.D., NIH NLM • Ted Hanss, Internet2 Director of Advanced Applications

  25. Contemporary Topics in Security and Privacy • Guidelines for Academic Medical Centers on Security and Privacy • Practical strategies for HIPAA security and privacy compliance • Moderator: Jere Retzer, OHSU • Bob Blakley, IBM • Bob Miller, Johns Hopkins University

  26. HIPAA's Impact on Medical Schools and Teaching Hospitals • How have the requirements of higher education been address in the HIPAA regulation? • How will advanced technologies be incorporated into HIPAA mandates? • Moderator: Morgan Passiment, AAMC • Bill Braithwaite, HHS • J. Michael Fitzmaurice, AHRQ • Ken Klingenstein, Director of Middleware Initiatives, Internet2 • Bob Blakley, IBM

  27. Middleware Architecture Committee for Education in Medicine (MACEmed) • Building sustainable infrastructure for medical schools and teaching hospitals. • Initially focused on building upon the activities of the internet2 middleware initiative. • Review of current activities and future direction of medical middleware. • Rob Carter • Jack Buchanan • MACEmed luncheon on Friday

  28. Technology Demonstrations • Health Sciences Applications for High Performance Networking • Jointly sponsored by • AAMC GIR • Internet2 • Invitation required for admittance • Please wear your Internet2 name badge • ACCESS Facility at Ballston • http://calder.ncsa.uiuc.edu/ACCESS/index.html

  29. Joint Sessions: AAMC GIR • Saturday, March 10, 2001 • The Washington Monarch Hotel • 2401 M Street, N.W., Washington, D.C. 20037 • Phone: 202/429-2400 • General session • Are Leadership Skills the same Regardless of the Organizational Model? • GIR breakout session • Internet2 and GIR Share Leadership Strategies for Investing in NGI

  30. Goals for this session • Set the future Health Science initiative • Information sharing of advanced health science applications that use Internet2 • Share strategies for investing in NGI • Focus session on Security and Privacy • Focus on HIPAA’s Impact on Internet2 members • Technology Demonstrations • Collaboration with AAMC GIR

  31. Much More Information • Mary Kratz • Internet2, Health Sciences • 3025 Boardwalk, Ann Arbor, MI 48108 • 1.734.352.7004 • Mkratz@internet2.edu • www.internet2.edu • www.internet2.edu/health

  32. www.internet2.edu