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  • Interoperability evaluations, demonstration and standards conformance testing services, research sponsor opportunities, and commercialization assistanceAn evolving “state-of-the-market” open source and proprietary suite of products for education and workforce training and developmentValue propositions varying from capital costs reduction through industry leadership networking and recruitment budget reductionProvide access to one or more GT Health Cloud resources: Testing Services – supports standards-based conformance testing; usability testing; performance testing; and tests software ports to cloud-based platforms; synthetic data onlyProof-of-Concept Services – supports education and innovation; focused on transition strategies from legacy products to new product concepts and applications – a non-production environment with synthetic data onlyComing soon…Light Production Services – (FUTURE) supports the translational research step from POC to real data; allows both identified and de-identified datasets for both active patient care and analytics Full Production Services – (FUTURE) supports the translational research step from Light Production to full Scalability; implemented in cloud-based SaaS environments , especially for research requiring large transaction volumes datasets for translational research and public health analytics

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  • The convergence of people, technology, and enterprises. Everyday Health Beth Mynatt
  • My beginning:Ubiquitous Computing at Xerox PARC
  • Peace of
  • Rowan, Jim, and Elizabeth D. Mynatt. "Digital family portrait field trial: Support for aging in place." Proceedings of theSIGCHI conference on Human factors in computing systems. ACM, 2005.
  • Detectives
  • Mamykina, Lena, et al. "MAHI: investigation of socialscaffolding for reflective thinking in diabetes management."CHI-CONFERENCE-. Vol. 1. ACM INC, 2008.
  • Health Systems Science and Engineering Education Policy and Management The convergence of Human-Centeredpeople, technology, an Design d enterprises. Media Information Technologies Humanitarian Systems
  • EmpoweredubiquitoushealthMobile tools thatgauge symptomsand knowledge.Physiciandashboards tomonitor progress.Yun, Tae-Jung, et al. "Using SMS to providecontinuous assessment and improve healthoutcomes for children with asthma." Proceedings ofthe 2nd ACM SIGHIT International HealthInformatics Symposium. ACM, 2012.
  • Empowered Detail Viewubiquitous OverviewhealthMobile tools thatgauge symptomsand knowledge. Patients’ ListPhysiciandashboards tomonitor progress.Yun, Tae-Jung, et al. "Using SMS to providecontinuous assessment and improve healthoutcomes for children with asthma." Proceedings ofthe 2nd ACM SIGHIT International HealthInformatics Symposium. ACM, 2012.
  • EmpoweredubiquitoushealthusablehealthJust in timedecision supportfor nutrition and dietdaily choices
  • Opportunities with EHR and PHR designsPCMH designsandInnovation inPatient HealthRecords
  • Highly distributedEveryday settings Aware Home @ Georgia Tech
  • Aware home research and development to evaluation in controlled care settings to studies in traditional homes.
  • I3L: Interoperability, Integration and InnovationLaboratory at Georgia Tech GT Health Cloud I3L Engagements NIST standards-based Service Lines: Interoperability I3L Members Federated Identity Software Testing Demonstrations Consulting Businesses EHRs, PHRs & Mobility Vendor Collaborations Government Agencies Proof-of-ConceptSensors, Devices, Data, & Workforce Training Software Businesses Analytics Light Production Student Training Manufacturers Automated Testing Full Production (SaaS) Engineering & Research Other Universities Services Other Non-profits
  • Healthcare Ecosystem (Society) Economic Model & Human Productivity & Incentive Structure Healthcare Costs System Structure (Organizations)Competitive Positions & Economic Returns & Economic Investments Performance Information Delivery Operations (Processes) Care Capabilities & Patient Care & Health Information Health Outcomes Clinical Practices (People) Source: Rouse, W.B., & Cortese, D.A. (Eds.).(2010). Engineering the System of Healthcare Delivery. Amsterdam: IOS Press.
  • Park, H., Clear, T., Rouse, W. B., Basole, R. C., Braunstein, M. L., Brigham, K. L., & Cunningham, L. (2012). Multilevel Simulations of Health Delivery Systems: A Prospective Tool for Policy, Strategy, Planning, and Management. Service Science, 4(3), 253-268.Conceptual Flight Simulator Architecture Web-Based Multi-Level Simulations Risk Identification & Stratification Validated & Established Context-Specific Data Sources Secondary Data Sources National Risk Models • Clinical Data • Framingham • Administrative Data • Bogalusa • Claims Data • ADA • Financial Data • AHA • etc. • etc.
  • Integrated Informatics for Personalized Health Decision Making -- Correlation of Personal Molecular Fingerprint with Clinical Diagnosis with Individualized Health Monitoring for Prediction Complex System Network (Molecular and Patient Level) Modeling Clinical Diagnostic Imaging (Radiology, Pathology) Genetic Biomarkers (DNA, SNPs, Next Generation Sequencing etc. ) May Wang, BMELife Data (Personal Health Record, Life Style &Environment)
  • Behavior ImagingPrabhakar, K., Oh, S., Wang, P., Abowd, G. D., &Rehg, J. M. (2010, June). Temporal causality for theanalysis of visual events. In Computer Vision andPattern Recognition (CVPR), 2010 IEEE Conferenceon (pp. 1967-1974). IEEE.
  • IPaT Partnership Program Georgia Department of Community Health And many more…
  • The convergence of people, technology, and enterprises. Everyday HealthBeth Mynatt mynatt@gatech.edu