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Subject: RE: [ihc] RE: HIMSS / internet2 and OASIS IHC?



I noticed Patrick is in the loop here. Perhaps we can pull together some type of mini summit in Chicago?


Can everyone check calendars and start to evaluate dates?




From: Elkin, Peter L. M.D. [mailto:Elkin.Peter@mayo.edu]
Sent: Friday, August 11, 2006 3:21 PM
To: 'Brett Trusko'; 'David RR Webber (XML)'; ihc@lists.oasis-open.org
Cc: 'Patrick Gannon'; ddavis@himss.org
Subject: RE: [ihc] RE: HIMSS / internet2 and OASIS IHC?




It makes sense to me.  I think we need to pull together a face to face meeting to broach these issues in a serious way.  We might start with the HITSP use cases and see where we feel OASIS does a better job than other available standards, or where there is a crying need for new standards development.


Warm regards,




Peter L. Elkin, MD
Professor of Medicine
Mayo Clinic College
of Medicine

(507) 284-1551
Fax: (507) 284-5370


From: ihc-return-3-elkin.peter=mayo.edu@lists.oasis-open.org [mailto:ihc-return-3-elkin.peter=mayo.edu@lists.oasis-open.org] On Behalf Of Brett Trusko
Sent: Friday, August 11, 2006 4:52 PM
To: 'David RR Webber (XML)'; ihc@lists.oasis-open.org
Cc: 'Patrick Gannon'; ddavis@himss.org
Subject: [ihc] RE: HIMSS / internet2 and OASIS IHC?

Hi David,


I will be chatting with everyone next week. I am on the road this week but should be able to coordinate something starting next Wed.






From: David RR Webber (XML) [mailto:david@drrw.info]
Sent: Tuesday, August 08, 2006 2:28 PM
To: ihc@lists.oasis-open.org
Cc: Patrick Gannon; Brett Trusko; ddavis@himss.org
Subject: HIMSS / internet2 and OASIS IHC?




I circulated the announcement below this week and asked the question - where does OASIS fit in the puzzle here?


At first brush - the notion is that HIMSS is the owner of the business domain needs, I2 folks understand the network and bit and byte layer, while OASIS sits in between providing the facilitation mechanisms that reach up to the business users ultimately.


Well in talking with Didi (Blanca) Davis today who is Director, Integrating the Healthcare Enterprise at HIMSS seems like this could be fitting together quiet nicely.


HIMSS next steps is to form working groups with I2 folks to start defining the USE CASES.


At that point they will then solicit input and feedback and we can start figuring out how our OASIS works fits into the equation - and what we can do today and what new enhancements we need to accommodate HIMSS / I2 next generation capabilities?


My suggest is that IHC is the ready-made TC on the OASIS side that can take ownership of that process and be the conduit between the other OASIS TCs and HIMSS / I2.


Does everyone concur?


If so - then of course - those interested can involve themselves more deeply in the HIMSS / I2 use case development - but otherwise I think this is a good plan for now.


I've CC:d Didi here so she has our PoC information.


Thanks, DW



Focused on Creating an Advanced and Interoperable Medical Network, HIMSS and Internet2 Announce Collaboration

The two organizations will leverage each other's expertise to explore the viability of an independent and logically interconnected medical network in the United States



CHICAGO, Ill. and ANN ARBOR, Mich. - August 1, 2006 - The Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) and Internet2 announced today that the two organizations have created a partnership to explore the development of a secure, reliable and advanced networking solution for the transmission of medical information, messages and images throughout the broad healthcare industry.



The two organizations are exploring a new network designed to offer the health sciences and healthcare sectors a private and secure medium for exchanging health information. A next-generation architecture built to meet federal regulatory requirements, this new network may also have value to offer in the work of the Nationwide Health Information Network (NHIN).


This ground-breaking collaboration is a natural extension for both not-for-profit organizations. Through a membership of 20,000 individuals, 45 chapters, and more than 300 corporations representing millions of employees, the HIMSS mission focuses on the betterment of healthcare through the most effective use of information technology and management systems. Internet2, the U.S.'s advanced networking consortium led by 208 U.S. university members in partnership with over 100 industry and government members, works to develop and deploy advanced networks, applications and resources.



"HIMSS and our members look forward to this collaboration with Internet2," said H. Stephen Lieber, HIMSS president/CEO. "The synergies between HIMSS and Internet2 brought our organizations together to consider and evaluate the feasibility of establishing a network that would meet the evolving needs of the biomedical and healthcare delivery community."


Since 1999, Internet2 has operated an advanced nationwide network that supports leading-edge Internet technology development for the research and academic community. Internet2 recently announced a major upgrade to this network to provide members 10 times the capacity and speed of its current infrastructure. In addition, the Internet2 community has successfully developed important middleware technologies to address critical issues in authentication and authorization in order to enable active privacy management. Through this partnership, HIMSS and the Internet2 community will work closely together to leverage these leading-edge technologies to explore development of brand new capabilities that meet the specific security and privacy needs of the healthcare industry.


"The research and education community has long understood the potential for leveraging advanced Internet technology to enhance the healthcare industry's ability to serve the public's needs, to improve the flow of information for research, to streamline care processes and to enable cost savings," said Douglas Van Houweling, Internet2 president and CEO. "Our partnership with the HIMSS community is a major step forward in realizing this vision. Together we will work to create a new state-of-the-art platform for biomedical research, education and clinical practice on a national scale."


Through the partnership, four working groups have been established to explore the requirements and capabilities needed to create an advanced medical network during the next year. HIMSS and Internet2 will join each other's organizations. Members of both organizations will also join each of the four working groups, which include:

o        Identity Management that will allow the identification and authentication of individuals regardless of their physical location.


o        Privacy & Security that will focus on the tools and techniques that will assure the privacy and security of the information that travels on the network.


o        Biomedical (Health Sciences and Healthcare) Education that will focus on meeting the unique needs and accessing the resources required for biomedical education.


o        Telehealth that will focus on the implications for clinical practice when a reliable advanced network is available.



In addition, members of both organizations will work for the development and implementation of the network with other partnerships and collaborations, including Integrating the Healthcare Enterprise (IHE). 



The Healthcare Information and Management Systems Society (HIMSS) is the healthcare industry's membership organization exclusively focused on providing leadership for the optimal use of healthcare information technology (IT) and management systems for the betterment of healthcare.



Founded in 1961 with offices in Chicago, Washington D.C., and other locations across the country, HIMSS represents more than 20,000 individual members and over 300 corporate members that collectively represent organizations employing millions of people. HIMSS frames and leads healthcare public policy and industry practices through its advocacy, educational and professional development initiatives designed to promote information and management systems' contributions to ensuring quality patient care.


About Internet2
Led by more than 200 U.S. universities, working with industry and government, Internet2 develops and deploys advanced network applications and technologies for research and higher education, accelerating the creation of tomorrow's Internet. Internet2 facilitates the kinds of dynamic partnerships among academia, industry, and government that helped foster today's Internet in its infancy. For more information about Internet2 network capabilities, visit http://networks.internet2.edu.



For more information, contact:
Joyce Lofstrom, MS, APR
Manager, Corporate Communications
312-915-9237 - jlofstrom@himss.org



Lauren Rotman
Manager, Public Relations
202-331-5345 - lauren@internet2.edu




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