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Architecture Education Workshops

  1. 1. Architecture Education Workshops Competition today is no longer between products but between enterprise business models. The internet-age has not only flattened the world but created a real-time environment for personalization and mass-customization. As Information Technology gets embedded in/on/around our bodies it provides a unique opportunity not only for seamless integration for the customer, but also to automate governance, compliance and rewards requirements. This is how service oriented architecture is evolving. Models created by enterprise architects for business and technology can now be used for simulation and feasibility prototypes not just for IT but for all functional areas of business. This ensures that all the requirements, including environmental and regulatory have been complied with before the concept becomes a product or solution. This also provides an opportunity for new ideas from the customer, be they in business, government or academia to reach the appropriate stakeholders for a fraction of the cost and time that it would typically take to incubate an idea into an innovation. Change is driven not just top-down from the governance bodies, but also bottoms-up through the diverse affinity groups and communities of practitioners. As processes in various industries continue to be automated, it provides an opportunity for costs to go down and best practices to go global. The 70’s saw globalization of manufacturing, the ‘90s saw globalization of IT and the new century with its rapidly aging population is seeing globalization of HR & Finance processes for sustainability. The Architecture Education Workshops will be built around a case-study for a new co. Enterprise Processes such as HR, Finance and IT will be covered. Examples of creating baseline, target state architectures and transition roadmaps will be discussed. Governance and rewards mechanisms leveraging industry standard bodies and consortia such as FIRST Robotics, Open Group UDEF Vendor Challenge and Continua will be explored. The last day of the workshop will be focused around an innovative opportunity that the team will need to build upon for the newco. This will be in alignment with the government mandate to have electronic medical records for all US Citizens by 2014 and a necessary foundation for medical tourism. Best practices in EA & Compliance from Zachman, TOGAF, ITIL, PMBOK, CMMi, HIPAA, Perspective-Based Architecture and the MIT CISR Study will be shared as part of this workshop.
  2. 2. Academic Prototype 1 (Planned w/ FIRST Robotics VA, US Universities VCU/ODU) Description of the project: Healthcare unbound will usher in the next generation of clinical trials that is free from formal institutions. Per Forrester Research, adaptive, in-life and near real-time pharma co-vigilance will be available by 2015. Devices embedded in/on/around the body will be providing remote health, environment monitoring and personalized medicine. By 2014 all US citizens will need electronic medical records (EMR), as mandated by the government and President Bush. Several states (eg Massachusetts) are already building this into their universal coverage policies for state residents. From a globalization perspective there is a need to keep electronic records on clinical trials, patient complaints and adverse events by being able to diagnose patients remotely (eg remote water, blood testing). This will only be accelerated when 50% of the workforce in NA, Europe & Japan retires over the next 5-10 years, and workplace productivity suffers if the younger generation has to spend more time taking care of the older generation. One scenario is when a person is visiting/relocating to another place, it is important to find out if the persons’ families health & productivity increases or decreases. This should be done by remotely monitoring the person and the environment in their home, cars etc. A healthy person creates a healthy organization which creates a healthy economy. This also helps create a greener environment by reducing paper and gasoline consumption. A feasibility model will be built to demonstrate a person and product use case to capture complaints before they become adverse events (Prevention is better than cure) by creating a 40% faster patient alert system at an affordable cost by using existing products and solutions where possible. The person use case will involve remote monitoring of the health and environment (air & water quality) for breathing, asthma, allergy and pain/stress problems. Water quality is detoriating rapidly and has been known to cause skin rash/cancer in young children. The product use case will involve remote monitoring of the products being used for heating, air conditioning; for temperature differences and power failure. This remote monitoring will be possible in homes, cars, community facilities like local high schools, YMCA etc. Person/Home/Car Identification and location will take place using GPS enabled cell-phones, car ez-pass & ID tags. Products that have been recently launched in Europe and those that are available in USA for remotely monitoring health of the person; monitoring temperature and quality of air and water (ph, chlorine) will be used. Battery failure use-case will be built upon the UDEF prototype done for Hurricane Katrina. Cell Phone will be used to ID/Locate person and be a part of the workflow (Pictures taken for inspection/ maintenance, text msg between family members, calling person etc). Data & objects that will be monitored are air quality, air temperature, water quality (ph, chlorine), water temperature, battery,
  3. 3. door, TV, blood, car and ezpass. For blood the Stevens Institute of Technology Sr Design diabetes prototype for creating a 40% faster patient alert system for $5000 will be considered for reuse. Person: Air Quality & Temp, Water Quality & Temp, Blood Glucose Level, Breathing, Body Pain Product: Air Quality & Temp Difference, Water Quality & Temp Difference, Battery Level Environment: Air, Water, Door (Open/closed. Usage by children/handicaps in bathroom), TV (Nielson media TV usage for person profile) Simulation/Analytics with an expert system with accuracy of 1% for data accuracy and completeness will be used for monitoring and trend analysis. The website should be created for a person who may be visiting/relocating to Richmond. It should have personalized information of Richmond (History, Education, Family Activities, Health & Environment) and personalized information of person (medical history etc obtained from the prototype). Objects being Door, TV, Air, Water, Blood, Battery, Car, Cell Phone, EZPass monitored Location being monitored Home/Facilities, Person, Car/Mobile facilities Workflows initiated Home Insurance, Physicians/Family, Auto Insurance/Dealership Personalized Maps to nearest pharmacy, food store (Rx, free giveaways); Maps to website nearest home store, dealerships; schedule appt with home insurance co, physicians, dealerships. 1-2 Architecture Education Workshops will need to be conducted for people from business, academia and govt involved in this community effort, including the scouts, professors, trainers, students involved with FIRST. The project may be broken down into 2 sr design projects by VCU with an interdisciplinary team of students from different colleges if needed. Open Source standards such as UDEF/PBA will be
  4. 4. used. Intellectual property rights of what has been stated here, including the prototype will reside with Aslam Handy. Estimated costs will be $80,000 plus materials. Reason this project is important to the sponsors Continue to build on the Beijing Olympics with the One World theme. There is a govt mandate to have electronic medical records for all US citizens by 2014, while ensuring we have sufficient talent & knowledge transfer mechanisms in place when 50% of the workforce in NA, Europe & Japan retires in the next 5-10 years. Enhance person/organization/economic productivity by creating a global multi-enterprise ecosystem through a multi-generational program based on open standards. Healthcare Market in US alone is 11.73 trillion dollars. Costs are increasing exponentially. For GM $2000 of every car goes towards HC costs (more than steel). Wal-Mart’s HC costs projected to increase by $1B annually. Intel’s HC cost equals 20% of R&D budgets. Medical mistakes lead to over 98,000 hospital patient deaths each year. RAND estimated $160B could be saved annually through EMR. Are we creating a model-based IT-embedded architecture that will allow the level of complexity needed for remote health monitoring, personalized medicine and mass-customization and be sustainable for the next generation that will be managing it? An example of this type of solution in another industry is GM ONStar, which remotely diagnosis faults on any car in the world via wireless/satellite links. The measurable operational value is a 40% faster alert system, which will also reduce medical mistakes. The character of the project: for example is it client server or web-based. This project will utilize remote, portable devices and be web-based with a thin client and robust server. Health data requires appropriate security, privacy and encryption.
  5. 5. Any special approaches ie tools, architectures or execution environments. Sponsors are expected to provide any special tools and equipment. This project will leverage several technologies products which are currently available in Europe & USA for remote monitoring of the health and environment. It will also leverage forums/consortia standards such as Open Group (UDEF), PBA, Continua and provisional patent Business_on_a_Page filed by Aslam Handy. It is also available in the document Maps Matter on his website and has been shared with several sr executives including President Barack Obama since energy, healthcare and education have been big issues in the current presidential debates. Themes: Globalization of Healthcare (Green IT, Healthcare IT, Medical Tourism), Remote Diagnosis/Personalized medicine, integration services, aging population, AsiaPac/Middle East Technology Roadmaps and role of outsourced partners. Customers Contact Information Aslam Handy (aslam_handy@hotmail.com ; m: 732-207-2038) http://www.mycareerhighlights.com/aslamhandy/
  6. 6. Academic Prototype 2 (Panned with FIRST Robotics Indian Universities, Mumbai, Pune) Description of the project: Healthcare unbound will usher in the next generation of clinical trials that is free from formal institutions. Per Forrester Research, adaptive, in-life and near real-time pharma co-vigilance will be available by 2015. Devices embedded in/on/around the body will be providing remote health, environment monitoring and personalized medicine. By 2014 all US citizens will need electronic medical records (EMR), as mandated by the government and President Bush. Several states (eg Massachusetts) are already building this into their universal coverage policies for state residents. From a globalization perspective there is a need to keep electronic records on clinical trials, patient complaints and adverse events by being able to diagnose patients remotely (eg remote water, blood testing). This will only be accelerated when 50% of the workforce in NA, Europe & Japan retires over the next 5-10 years, and workplace productivity suffers if the younger generation has to spend more time taking care of the older generation. One scenario is when a person is visiting/relocating to another place, it is important to find out if the persons’ families health & productivity increases or decreases. This should be done by remotely monitoring the person, pet, plants and the environment in their home, cars etc. A healthy person creates a healthy organization which creates a healthy economy. This also helps create a greener environment by reducing paper and gasoline consumption. Individuals (employees, contractors, retirees, spouse, children, pets) need an easy way to get reimbursed from their employers and insurance companies (dental, medical, auto, life, home, education) based upon the plans they have signed up for. The person scenario is that if the quality/temperature of air/water in their home/residence/time-share detoriated then part of their medical cost reimbursement for asthma, pain/stress should come from their home/residence/time share insurance company. The product scenario is that if their automobile defect ended up detoriating their home/garage/health/safety, then part of the home improvement cost should come from their auto insurance/warranty. This project will build on the description outlined in the VCU academic feasibility prototype by creating a billing reimbursement solution. It will reimburse the individuals by initiating workflows with the appropriate insurance companies and then send the unreimbursed portion of the bill to the individuals’ present or past employer/government agency as the situation may be. If the situation has adversely affected the parents, who are now unable to work, then the workflow should initiate a request for unemployment insurance for parents, Medicaid for children and financial aid for school/college
  7. 7. education. Home inspection reports, Medical history, current income, financial aid application forms and architecture review board for the cities should be appropriately leveraged for the same. Objects being Door, TV, Air, Water, Temp, Blood, Battery, Car, Cell Phone, EZPass monitored Location being monitored Home/Time Share Facilities, Person, Pets, Car/Mobile facilities Workflows Home Insurance, Physicians/Family, Auto Insurance/Dealership, initiated Employers, Govt Agencies, ARB, Financial aid, Billing Personalized Maps to nearest pharmacy, food store (Rx, free giveaways); Maps to website nearest schools, doctors, home store, dealerships, foreclosures; schedule appt with schools, home insurance co, physicians, dealerships; billing & reimbursement 1-2 Architecture Education Workshops will need to be conducted for people from business, academia and govt involved in this community effort, including the scouts, professors, trainers, students involved with FIRST. The project may be broken down into 2 sr design projects by the universities with an interdisciplinary team of students from different colleges if needed. Open Source standards such as UDEF/PBA will be used. Intellectual property rights of what has been stated here, including the prototype will reside with Aslam Handy. Estimated costs will be $80,000 plus materials. Reason this project is important to the sponsors Continue to build on the Beijing Olympics with the One World theme. There is a govt mandate to have electronic medical records for all US citizens by 2014, while ensuring we have sufficient talent & knowledge transfer mechanisms in place when 50% of the workforce in NA, Europe & Japan retires in the next 5-10 years. Enhance person/organization/economic productivity by creating a global multi-enterprise ecosystem through a multi-generational program based on open standards.
  8. 8. Healthcare Market in US alone is 11.73 trillion dollars. Costs are increasing exponentially. For GM $2000 of every car goes towards HC costs (more than steel). Wal-Mart’s HC costs projected to increase by $1B annually. Intel’s HC cost equals 20% of R&D budgets. Medical mistakes lead to over 98,000 hospital patient deaths each year. RAND estimated $160B could be saved annually through EMR. Are we creating a model-based IT-embedded architecture that will allow the level of complexity needed for remote health monitoring, personalized medicine and mass-customization and be sustainable for the next generation that will be managing it? An example of this type of solution in another industry is GM ONStar, which remotely diagnosis faults on any car in the world via wireless/satellite links. The measurable operational value is a 40% faster alert system, which will also reduce medical mistakes. The character of the project: for example is it client server or web-based. This project will utilize remote, portable devices and be web-based with a thin client and robust server. Health data requires appropriate security, privacy and encryption. Any special approaches ie tools, architectures or execution environments. Sponsors are expected to provide any special tools and equipment. This project will leverage several technologies products which are currently available in Europe & USA for remote monitoring of the health and environment. It will also leverage forums/consortia standards such as Open Group (UDEF), PBA, Continua and provisional patent Business_on_a_Page filed by Aslam Handy. It is also available in the document Maps Matter on his website and has been shared with several sr executives including President Barack Obama since energy, healthcare and education have been big issues in the current presidential debates. Themes: Globalization of Healthcare (Green IT, Healthcare IT, Medical Tourism), Remote Diagnosis/Personalized medicine, integration services, aging population, AsiaPac/Middle East Technology Roadmaps and role of outsourced partners. Customers Contact Information Aslam Handy (aslam_handy@hotmail.com ; m: 732-207-2038) http://www.mycareerhighlights.com/aslamhandy/

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