Challenges & Initiatives SurroundingWorkforce Development in Health IT              Nora BelcherExecutive Director, Texas ...
About the Texas e-Health Alliance• The Texas e-Health Alliance is the states  leading advocate, from local communities  to...
Texas eHealth Alliance                                                           Policy Advocacy Information Education...
Industry Goals• Address immediate issues with HIT workforce  – Original employer that identified the need had 60    openin...
It’s fun to be a fairy godmother!
Innovative Workforce Development  Programs in Health Information           Technology
History: Health IT CNSNOVEMBER 2009 Texas e-Health Alliance - a workforce is needed for Health IT College of Natural Scien...
PURE-HIT CONSORTIUM• Texas State University• UT School of Biomedical Informatics• The University of Texas at Austin
•   Delisi Communications                                                            •   maxIT                            ...
UT Austin Certificate Programs• Health IT 9 Week Certificate Program - designed for recent college graduates and others   ...
Public Health Leader Certificate           Program
Public Health Leader Certificate                      Program• Training public health professionals in public  health info...
First Cohort of Public Health      Leader Graduates
•   Alison Little, MPP•   Texas Cancer Registry•   Texas Department of State Health Services•   Alison.Little@dshs.state.t...
Data Reporting by Early Childhood                      Intervention Providers                              BY: SARAH JANE ...
•   Alison Little, MPP                 —          —•   Texas Cancer Registry•   Texas Department of State Health Services ...
Health Information Technology and  Health Information Exchange        Certificate Program
9 WEEK CERTIFICATE                          PROGRAM• Purpose: Prepare post-baccalaureate students to  rapidly enter the He...
Educational Partnership with UT  Southwestern Medical Center• Successful program for distance learning  – Remotely trained...
Proven three-fold approach to    prepare graduates for the       Health IT workforce• Knowledge and Skills Development• Pr...
STUDENT CHARACTERISTICS•   Recent College Graduates    •Variety of majors and degree programs    •GPA > 2.75    •Strong in...
Recruiting• E-mails• Posters and flyers• Informational sessions• Newspaper advertisements• Webinars• Exhibiting at regiona...
UPCOMING ELECTRONIC ADDon’t move home with                                                           Healthcare + Technolo...
FIVE COURSES1. Fundamentals of Health IT2. Workflow, Process Redesign and Project Management3. Electronic and Health Infor...
ENRICHMENT                         OPPORTUNITIES•   Disease du Jour•   Guest Speakers•   EHR Demonstrations•   Hands-on sk...
Health IT Learning Center              Classroom            Longhorn ClinicHealth Information Exchange Laboratory
Classroom: Expert Lectures
Classroom: Group Activities
TheLonghornClinic
Hands-on Skill Development    with EHR Systems          EHR systems: Allscripts, eClinicalWorks, e-MDs,          Greenway,...
Telemedicine Demonstration
Workflow Exercises in the Longhorn Clinic: Telemedicine Simulation
Workflow Exercises: Simulation of LaboratoryReporting, Vital Signs, and Superbill Management
Health Information Exchange         Laboratory
HIE Laboratory – Phase 1• Longhorn Innovation Fund for Technology  (awarded 9/11)• Goals  •   Create a “living” interopera...
Sample HIE Teaching Module
HIE Symposium               June 27, 2012• All day focus on HIEs• Presented by industry partners and Texas  governmental o...
HIE Laboratory “Go Live” for         Student Use                July 5, 2012• Health IT students complete hands-on HIE  ex...
HIE Lab Phase 1: “Use Cases”• Students gain hands-on experience with:  – Viewing Patient Records in the Orion HIE portal  ...
HIE Laboratory – Phase 2Goals• Complete the integration of the current EHRs and  HIEs• Activate the “network of networks” ...
Professional Development
Employer Information Day
Etiquette Dinner                   Civility Consulting                   Jan Goss
Two Week PracticumLone Star Circle of Care/NextGen
•   CTG Healthcare           •   Office of the National               Solutions                    Coordinator for Health ...
Research Poster Presentations•   Judged by members of    Health IT industry and    healthcare    organizations
Job Interviews
Program Milestones
July 20101st in the Nation tograduate studentsfrom an ONC-fundedprogram, and tomove graduates intothe workforce!
Visit from Dr. David Blumenthal,National Coordinator for Health IT             October 2010   “This program has hit a home...
June 2011The program movesto the Norman HackermanBuilding, a new scienceresearch and teachingbuilding in the center ofThe ...
Innovation Award             October 2011        Program awarded aTexas-Based Innovation in Healthcare          Delivery A...
Visit from Dr. Farzad Mostashari,     National Coordinator for Health IT                     January 2012“Students in this...
Launch of the Health Information Exchange              (HIE) Laboratory                                     December 2012"...
Program Evaluations, 2010
Summative (Outcome)                       Measures• Knowledge Questionnaire  – Targeted participants’ basic understanding ...
Knowledge Questionnaire: Sample results  Describe an EHR implementation challenge            Pretest                      ...
Knowledge Confidence Ratings 43.5 32.5 2                                 Interim1                                   Interi...
Most Helpful Aspects of ProgramFive most common helpful aspects:      Percent                                      Respons...
Employment Outcomes 2010-2012 Graduates
Enrollment                2010-2012    Session      Graduates   Funding SourceSummer 2010         54       PURE-HIT grantS...
Employment Outcomes                             No. (%) of graduates seeking a   Cohort      No. Trained      job in Healt...
Employment Outcomes• Each cohort of graduates has been hired at a  faster rate  –   94% of Summer 2010 graduates found job...
On-Campus Interviews                        300 Number of Interviews                        250                        200...
Who Hires UT Health IT graduates?                                    Third Party                   Payer 2%          Recru...
Employers of UT Health IT Graduates                                                  No. of                               ...
Job Titles•   Application System Analyst       • Product Innovation Manager•   Associate Consultant             • Project ...
Recent Developments/    Future Plans
Recipient of St. David’s       Foundation Grant• Health Information Technology Training for  Safety Net Clinics in Central...
Training for Office of e-Health         Coordination• Contract to provide 60 hours of didactic  content and hands-on learn...
What’s Next?• Conclude grant funded programs - 2013• Continue professional education programs  • 3- 9 week certificate pro...
Continued                     Development of                    Health IT Learning                          Center        ...
Learn More at:http://www.biosci.utexas.edu/HealthIT
Thank you!
The information in this presentation about the University ofTexas at Austin Health IT program is copyrighted. In no event ...
iHT2 Health IT Summit in Austin 2012 –Nora Belcher, Executive Director, Texas e-Health Alliance and Dr. Leanne Field, Dire...
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iHT2 Health IT Summit in Austin 2012 –Nora Belcher, Executive Director, Texas e-Health Alliance and Dr. Leanne Field, Director, University of Texas HIT Program, Presentation “Challenges & Initiatives Surrounding Workforce Development in HIT”

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iHT2 Health IT Summit in Austin 2012 –Nora Belcher, Executive Director, Texas e-Health Alliance and Dr. Leanne Field, Director, University of Texas HIT Program, Presentation “Challenges & Initiatives Surrounding Workforce Development in HIT”

  1. 1. Challenges & Initiatives SurroundingWorkforce Development in Health IT Nora BelcherExecutive Director, Texas e-Health Alliance nora@txeha.org and Leanne H. Field, Ph.D. Director, Health IT Programs field@austin.utexas.edu
  2. 2. About the Texas e-Health Alliance• The Texas e-Health Alliance is the states leading advocate, from local communities to the national level, for the use of information technology to improve the health care system for patients.• The Alliance was founded in 2009, and represents the e-health industrys interest in promoting improved health care for all Texans.
  3. 3. Texas eHealth Alliance Policy Advocacy Information Education • Pass through Medicaid • Develop & implement a state incentive funds: up to $2b plan for HIE through 2019 • Support the development of • Develop & implement a local & regional HIE Medicaid HIE (HB 1218) • Foster the development of • Pass through planning and HIT policy for the state implementation funds to • $28.8m planning & THSA implementation funds Texas through ONC via MOU with HHSC HealthPublic Stakeholders HHSC Services Provider StakeholdersConsumers Authority PhysiciansNon-profits (THSA) HospitalsPublic Health Agencies FQHCs Laboratories Pharmacies Regional Universities Extension & Centers Community (HITRECs) Colleges • Funded by ONC to offer technical assistance, guidance & information on • ONC award: Strategic Health IT best practices to support & accelerate Advanced Research Projects (SHARP) efforts to become meaningful users of for research on barriers to EHR EHRs adoption: UTHSC- Houston, $15M • CentrEast REC (TAMU): $5.3m • ONC award: Program of Assistance for • North TX REC (DFW Hospital University-Based Training to increase Council): $8.5m availability of HIT professionals: Texas • West TX HIT REC (Texas Tech): State University, $5.4m $6.7m • Gulf Coast REC (UTHSC): $15.2m Payers Insurers Employers State & Local Government
  4. 4. Industry Goals• Address immediate issues with HIT workforce – Original employer that identified the need had 60 openings• Develop curriculum that reflected industry needs – Emphasis on office workflow• Create showplace for new and emerging technologies to build general support for HIT in Texas
  5. 5. It’s fun to be a fairy godmother!
  6. 6. Innovative Workforce Development Programs in Health Information Technology
  7. 7. History: Health IT CNSNOVEMBER 2009 Texas e-Health Alliance - a workforce is needed for Health IT College of Natural Sciences respondsJANUARY 2010 Curriculum development – UT Austin in partnership with industry Apply for university-based training grant ONCAPRIL 2010 PURE-HIT consortium – receives $5.4 million; UT Austin $2.7 million Curriculum development continues; recruit facultyMAY 2010 Recruit first class of studentsJUNE 2010 Inaugural Summer Certificate program begins with 55 studentsJULY 2010 Graduate 54 students from the program!AUGUST 2010– NOVEMBER 2011 97% of graduates are hired
  8. 8. PURE-HIT CONSORTIUM• Texas State University• UT School of Biomedical Informatics• The University of Texas at Austin
  9. 9. • Delisi Communications • maxIT • Dell Healthcare and Life • McKesson Sciences • NextGen Healthcare • Dell Services • Orion • eClinicalWorks • Sandlot • e-MDs • Sentry Data SystemsGenerous • ePortation • Seton Family of Hospitals • FujitsuCorporate • GE Healthcare • STC • TEKsystemsSupporters • • GRIDdesign Gulf Coast Regional • Texas e-Health Alliance Extension Center • TMF Health Quality• Availity Institute • Healthcare• Allscripts Transformation Solutions • Texas Medical• Austin Regional Clinic Association • ICA• Blue Cross Blue Shield • UT School of Biomedical • Intel of Texas Informatics • Labcorp• Cisco • Vitera • Lone Star Circle of• CTG Healthcare Care/Centex System • Welch Allyn Solutions Support Services • White Glove Technologies
  10. 10. UT Austin Certificate Programs• Health IT 9 Week Certificate Program - designed for recent college graduates and others who want to enter the Health IT workforce (ongoing)• Health IT Privacy and Security Certificate - Computer Science students (2011)• Public Health Leader Certificate - jointly with UT School of Biomedical Informatics - public health informatics certificate program for public health professionals (2011-2013)
  11. 11. Public Health Leader Certificate Program
  12. 12. Public Health Leader Certificate Program• Training public health professionals in public health informatics – 1 year certificate program – 5 courses – Train 22 students at TDSHS and ATCHHSD in two years – Guest speakers: • Mr. Jim Daniel, Public Health Coordinator, ONC • Dr. Herman Tolentino, Director, Public Health Informatics Fellowship Program, CDC • Dr. Taha-Hass Hout, Director of Informatics Solutions and Operations, CDC
  13. 13. First Cohort of Public Health Leader Graduates
  14. 14. • Alison Little, MPP• Texas Cancer Registry• Texas Department of State Health Services• Alison.Little@dshs.state.tx.us• August 8, 2012 14
  15. 15. Data Reporting by Early Childhood Intervention Providers BY: SARAH JANE SHAW, M.P.H. QUALITY ASSURANCE SPECIALIST TEXAS EARLY HEARING DETECTION AND• Alison Little, MPP INTERVENTION (TEHDI) PR OGRAM• Texas Cancer Registry M E N T O F S T A T E H E A L T H S E R V I C E S DEPART• Texas Department of s a r a h . s h a w @ d sServices t x . u s State Health h s . s t a t e .• Alison.Little@dshs.state.tx.us 1• August 8, 2012 15
  16. 16. • Alison Little, MPP — —• Texas Cancer Registry• Texas Department of State Health Services Sydney Minnerly, MA Texas Department of State Health Services• Alison.Little@dshs.state.tx.usTB/ Viral Hepatitis Branch HIV/ STD/ August 8, 2012• August 8, 2012 16
  17. 17. Health Information Technology and Health Information Exchange Certificate Program
  18. 18. 9 WEEK CERTIFICATE PROGRAM• Purpose: Prepare post-baccalaureate students to rapidly enter the Health IT workforce• Overview: 9 week integrated, spiral curriculum – 15 hours- 5 – 3 hour courses – 6 weeks: Didactic courses; hands-on exercises with workflow and process redesign, EHRs and HIE software, data analytics – 3 weeks: Practicum with industry; career development, research posters, job interviews
  19. 19. Educational Partnership with UT Southwestern Medical Center• Successful program for distance learning – Remotely trained 23 students in Dallas to date – UT Southwestern CIO lectures on hospital systems; provides hospital-based practicum in medical center
  20. 20. Proven three-fold approach to prepare graduates for the Health IT workforce• Knowledge and Skills Development• Professional Development• Real-World Experience
  21. 21. STUDENT CHARACTERISTICS• Recent College Graduates •Variety of majors and degree programs •GPA > 2.75 •Strong interest in healthcare •Variety of college experiences – shadowing medical professionals, research, global travel• Working Professionals – desire to enter Health IT •Previous healthcare experience •Previous computer or IT experience •Other professions (e.g. teachers)
  22. 22. Recruiting• E-mails• Posters and flyers• Informational sessions• Newspaper advertisements• Webinars• Exhibiting at regional and national meetings• Former students recommending the program to their friends!
  23. 23. UPCOMING ELECTRONIC ADDon’t move home with Healthcare + Technology = Exciting Career!your parents Average starting salary of after you $52,000 GRADUATES graduate! OF ALL MAJORS Apply now for the Health IT 9–week WELCOME! Certificate Program Classes begin January 7, 2013 http://biosci.utexas.edu/healthit
  24. 24. FIVE COURSES1. Fundamentals of Health IT2. Workflow, Process Redesign and Project Management3. Electronic and Health Information Exchange Systems4. Operational Models of Healthcare Practice5. Practicum in Health IT
  25. 25. ENRICHMENT OPPORTUNITIES• Disease du Jour• Guest Speakers• EHR Demonstrations• Hands-on skill development in the Health IT Learning Center • Workflow simulations in mock ambulatory clinic • 6 EHR software systems • 2 HIE software systems • Data analytics exercises
  26. 26. Health IT Learning Center Classroom Longhorn ClinicHealth Information Exchange Laboratory
  27. 27. Classroom: Expert Lectures
  28. 28. Classroom: Group Activities
  29. 29. TheLonghornClinic
  30. 30. Hands-on Skill Development with EHR Systems EHR systems: Allscripts, eClinicalWorks, e-MDs, Greenway, NextGen, Vitera
  31. 31. Telemedicine Demonstration
  32. 32. Workflow Exercises in the Longhorn Clinic: Telemedicine Simulation
  33. 33. Workflow Exercises: Simulation of LaboratoryReporting, Vital Signs, and Superbill Management
  34. 34. Health Information Exchange Laboratory
  35. 35. HIE Laboratory – Phase 1• Longhorn Innovation Fund for Technology (awarded 9/11)• Goals • Create a “living” interoperability learning laboratory • Exchange simulated healthcare data in real-time • Mimic the “network of networks” being implemented by Texas • Engage students in the newest HIE technologies
  36. 36. Sample HIE Teaching Module
  37. 37. HIE Symposium June 27, 2012• All day focus on HIEs• Presented by industry partners and Texas governmental officials – Why Health Information Exchange? – What is an HIE? – How does an HIE work? • Workflow panel
  38. 38. HIE Laboratory “Go Live” for Student Use July 5, 2012• Health IT students complete hands-on HIE exercises in the laboratory
  39. 39. HIE Lab Phase 1: “Use Cases”• Students gain hands-on experience with: – Viewing Patient Records in the Orion HIE portal • “Breaking the Privacy Seal” • Reconciling similar but not identical patient demographics – Exchanging Continuity of Care Documents (CCDs) via HIEs – Comparing the progress note in the EHR with the CCD – Comparing and contrasting two HIE models • ICA vs Orion
  40. 40. HIE Laboratory – Phase 2Goals• Complete the integration of the current EHRs and HIEs• Activate the “network of networks” to exchange simulated patient data between the two HIEs• Exchange simulated laboratory orders and results• Transfer immunization records from a simulated physician practice to a simulated public health immunization registry and a cancer registry
  41. 41. Professional Development
  42. 42. Employer Information Day
  43. 43. Etiquette Dinner Civility Consulting Jan Goss
  44. 44. Two Week PracticumLone Star Circle of Care/NextGen
  45. 45. • CTG Healthcare • Office of the National Solutions Coordinator for Health • Delisi Communications Information Technology • Dell Services • OZ Systems • e-MDs • Premiere Family • Gulf Coast Regional Physicians Extension Center • Sandlot • Harden Healthcare • Scott & White • HealthcarePractica Healthcare Transformation • Texas e-Health Alliance Solutions • Texas Health Services Hosts • Legacy Community Health Services • Authority University Health • Lone Star Circle of System Care/Centex System • UT Medicine San Support Services Antonio • maxIT • UT Southwestern • McKesson Medical Center • MedSpring Urgent Care • Village Health Partners • Memorial Hermann • Vitera Healthcare System • West Texas Regional • Operational Strategies Extension Center • Your Doctor Program
  46. 46. Research Poster Presentations• Judged by members of Health IT industry and healthcare organizations
  47. 47. Job Interviews
  48. 48. Program Milestones
  49. 49. July 20101st in the Nation tograduate studentsfrom an ONC-fundedprogram, and tomove graduates intothe workforce!
  50. 50. Visit from Dr. David Blumenthal,National Coordinator for Health IT October 2010 “This program has hit a home run!” Dr. David Blumenthal
  51. 51. June 2011The program movesto the Norman HackermanBuilding, a new scienceresearch and teachingbuilding in the center ofThe University of Texasat Austin campus. Norman Hackerman Building photo by Paul Finkel
  52. 52. Innovation Award October 2011 Program awarded aTexas-Based Innovation in Healthcare Delivery Award
  53. 53. Visit from Dr. Farzad Mostashari, National Coordinator for Health IT January 2012“Students in this program get jobs after only 9 weeks of training! Terrific!” --- Dr. Farzad Mostashari
  54. 54. Launch of the Health Information Exchange (HIE) Laboratory December 2012"With the launch of our new HIE learning lab, UT Austins Health IT Certificate students have thefuture of American health care in their hands. . . . I applaud the vision of our faculty and theenthusiastic support of our private sector partners in making this critical resource available to ourstudents," William M. Sage, M.D., JD, Vice Provost for Health Affairs, The University of Texas at Austin
  55. 55. Program Evaluations, 2010
  56. 56. Summative (Outcome) Measures• Knowledge Questionnaire – Targeted participants’ basic understanding of the broad HIT subject areas• Confidence Ratings of Knowledge – Self-report of how confident participants’ felt about understanding key areas of course content
  57. 57. Knowledge Questionnaire: Sample results Describe an EHR implementation challenge Pretest Post Test Partial Response 3% Dont Know 30% Full Response 64% Full Response Partial 97% Response 6% n=54
  58. 58. Knowledge Confidence Ratings 43.5 32.5 2 Interim1 Interim21.5 Final 1Note: *p<.05, **p<.01, ***p<.001
  59. 59. Most Helpful Aspects of ProgramFive most common helpful aspects: Percent ResponsePracticum (45%)Working with EHR software (37%)Relevant lectures/class discussions (22%)Group exercises (12%)Large amount of information (10%)
  60. 60. Employment Outcomes 2010-2012 Graduates
  61. 61. Enrollment 2010-2012 Session Graduates Funding SourceSummer 2010 54 PURE-HIT grantSummer 2011 54 PURE-HIT grant ProfessionalFall 2011 54 Education ProfessionalSpring 2012 48 Education 55 AustinSummer 2012 PURE-HIT grant 9 Dallas 50 Austin ProfessionalFall 2012 10 Dallas EducationTotal in 2.5 334years!
  62. 62. Employment Outcomes No. (%) of graduates seeking a Cohort No. Trained job in Health IT who are employed in Health IT Summer 2010 54 30 (94%) Summer 2011 54 39 (97%) Fall 2011 54 44 (94%) Spring 2012 48 36 (80%) since March 9th Summer 2012 62 37 (62%) since July 27th Fall 2012 60 26 (43%) since November 2ndAverage percent employed first four cohorts – 91%
  63. 63. Employment Outcomes• Each cohort of graduates has been hired at a faster rate – 94% of Summer 2010 graduates found jobs within 15 months – 89% of Summer 2011 graduates found jobs within 9 months – 88% of Fall 2011 graduates found jobs within 6 months – 43% of Fall 2012 graduates hired in one month!• Average salaries increased from $50,000 to $53,000/year – Salary range (first 3 cohorts): $21,600-76,200
  64. 64. On-Campus Interviews 300 Number of Interviews 250 200 150 100 50 0 Summer 2010 Summer 2011 Fall 2011Fall 2011 statistics: – 280 interviews in 1.5 days with 15 employers – 3 to 11 interviews per student, average of 4 interviews per student
  65. 65. Who Hires UT Health IT graduates? Third Party Payer 2% Recruiter Other 2% 2% Government 7% Healthcare Consulting Provider 13% 35% Vendor 37% N = 45
  66. 66. Employers of UT Health IT Graduates No. of No. of Company Graduates Company Graduates Employed EmployedAllscripts 1 Medix 3Arcadia 2 MedSpring Urgent Care 1Ascension Health Information Services (Seton) 4 Memorial Hermann Hospital 7Athena Health 2 New Mexico REC (NM Medical Review Association) 1Austin Community College 1 NextGen 3Cerner Corporation 7 People’s Community Clinic 1Concentra 2 Providence Health Services 2Cumberland Consulting Group 1 Sandlot 1Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center 2 Scott & White Healthcare 25eCaresoft 2 St. David’s Hospital 1eClinicalWorks 33 TecNex 1eMDs 22 Texas Health and Human Services Commission 1Epic 7 The Advisory Board Company 3Health Information Associates 8 UT Medicine San Antonio 2Health Texas Providers Network 1 UT Southwestern 31ICC 1 Valley Baptist Hospital 1Intelagen 1 VersaSuite 2Intellica 1 Village Health Partners 1Legacy Community Health Services 1 Vitera 9Lone Star Circle of Care 1McKesson 6
  67. 67. Job Titles• Application System Analyst • Product Innovation Manager• Associate Consultant • Project Manager• Business Analyst • Project Manager II• Clinical Analyst Support • Software Developer• Consultant • Software Systems Specialist I• Customer Service Specialist • Software Training Specialist• Data Management Specialist • Support Analyst• EHR Template Developer • Velocity Delivery Consultant• Epic Application Analyst• Epic Implementation Specialist• Health Informaticist I• Implementation Analyst• Implementation Consultant• IT Project Management Coordinator
  68. 68. Recent Developments/ Future Plans
  69. 69. Recipient of St. David’s Foundation Grant• Health Information Technology Training for Safety Net Clinics in Central Texas • One year grant (9/1/12- 8/31/12 • Fund HIT education for 45 clinic personnel in 3 low income clinics served by the St. David’s Foundation • El Buen Samaritano • Lone Star Circle of Care • People’s Community Clinic
  70. 70. Training for Office of e-Health Coordination• Contract to provide 60 hours of didactic content and hands-on learning with EHR and HIE systems• 10 individuals in the Office of e-Health Coordination, Texas Health and Human Services Commission
  71. 71. What’s Next?• Conclude grant funded programs - 2013• Continue professional education programs • 3- 9 week certificate programs per year• Develop executive education and customized employee training programs
  72. 72. Continued Development of Health IT Learning Center •“Physician’s Office of the 21st Century” •Expand HIE lab • Home Health • Telemedicine • Other emerging technologies/ mobile applicationsNorman Hackerman Building
  73. 73. Learn More at:http://www.biosci.utexas.edu/HealthIT
  74. 74. Thank you!
  75. 75. The information in this presentation about the University ofTexas at Austin Health IT program is copyrighted. In no event shall all or any portion of this presentation be disclosed or disseminated without the express written permission of the University of Texas at Austin.Copyright © 2012 The University of Texas at Austin. All rights reserved.

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