Educational Goals


(Tony McCormick) #348

I’ve spent the last 3 days following the Amazon Re: Invent conference. There’s plenty there and Amazon has given us “credit” to use AWS services. That said, most of what we need can be done 100% in our own (and other cloud services) as well. So, some thought needs to be put into the most efficient selection of services.


(Bob Hoyt) #349

@tony

Thanks. I frankly don’t know enough to determine if hosting on AWS has any advantages over what you are currently doing. Perhaps, at some point having a platform with multiple services, like AWS, will be compelling


(Robby O'Connor) #350

@tony – see #infra on the chat – I was about to stand up a kubernetes cluster but wasn’t sure if instead you wanted me to bake an AMI instead.


(Bob Hoyt) #351

@tony @sunbiz @hzbarcea

Open Health News just published an article on LibreHealth EHR for education: http://www.openhealthnews.com/articles/2018/using-open-source-librehealth-ehr-education-academic-settings


(Bob Hoyt) #353

@hzbarcea @tony @sunbiz

Interesting article today in Health Data Management by the ONC National Coordinator on interoperability. Overall, the US gets a grade of C- but there are some policy changes down the road which might help


(Bob Hoyt) #354

@tony @robby @hzbarcea @sunbiz

FYI. Had an extended phone call with Dr. Peter Elkin from the University of Buffalo. He was interested in LibreHealth EHR and has access to de-identified patients, but like so many academic centers, they are terrified that the data could be re-identified. I don’t buy that but this is the end result of HIPAA


(Tony McCormick) #355

There’s a problem that is seriously grant worthy. True, realistic, synthetic patient’s. I’m working with a new company that can help with this and with the NLP concepts and wants to contribute. I’ll introduce you all after the New Year.


(Bob Hoyt) #356

@tony That’s great. I look forward to hearing what you have learned