First Annual Open Source EHR Summit & Workshop

James Peake, MD

Chairman, Board of Directors, OSEHRA and Former Secretary, Dept. of Veterans Affairs

Peter Levin, PhD
Senior Advisor to the Secretary and Chief Technology Officer, Department of Veterans Affairs

Seong Ki Mun, PhD

President & CEO, OSEHRA

& OSEHRA Technical Team

 

Day1: Plenary Sessions

Wednesday, October 17, 2012

Woodrow Wilson Ballroom

 

8:30 AM

Opening Session – The Future of Open Source Software and the EHR  

Session Chair:

Honorable James Peake, MD, Chairman, Board of Directors, OSEHRA and Former Secretary, Dept. of Veterans Affairs

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John Halamka, MD, MS
CIO,Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center Member, and Board of Directors, OSEHRA 

Open Source in Healthcare Has Arrived

Robert Wentz
President& CEO,
Oroville Hospital, CA

OSEHRA Panel Discussion

Seong Ki Mun, PhD

President & CEO,
OSEHRA

Open Source EHR Agent:
An Engine of Rapid Innovation
Looking at the Future

10:30 AM

Health IT Innovations in the Department of Veterans Affairs

Session Chair: 

Theresa Cullen, MD, Director, Health Informatics, Veterans Health Administration

Honorable Roger W. Baker
Assistant Secretary for Information and Technology, Department of Veterans Affairs

Michael O’Neill
Senior Advisor, VA Innovation Initiative (VAi2), Department of Veterans Affairs

Robert L. Jesse, MD, PhD
Principal Deputy Under Secretary for Health, Department of Veterans Affairs

12:00 PM

Industry Trends and Why They Matter to an Open Source EHR Community

Luncheon Speaker:

Andrew Aitken, GM & SVP, Olliance Group, a Black Duck Software Division

1:00 PM

Integrated Electronic Health Records (iEHR)

Session Chair:

CAPT Michael Weiner, MD, Interagency Program Office

Barclay Butler, PhD
Director,DOD/VA Interagency Program Office

OSEHRA Panel Discussion

Col. Albert Bonnema, MD, MPH
United States Air Force

 

David A. Wheeler, PhD 
Institute for Defense Analysis

DOD and Open Source Software

3:00 PM

Open Source Best Practice and Business Models

Session Chair:

John D. Halamka, MD, MS, CIO, Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center,and Member, Board of Directors, OSEHRA

Todd Park
US Chief Technology Officer, Office of Science and Technology Policy, Executive Office of the President

Shahid Shah 
President and CEO
Netspective Communications, LLC 

Kenneth Mandl, MD, MPH
Associate Professor, Harvard Medical School Director

EHR OpenNESS: Innovation and Uptake

Eric Perakslis, PhD

Chief Information Officer and Chief Scientist(Informatics), Food and Drug Administration

5:00 PM

Panel Discussion

Panel Moderator:

David Peters, ADCIO, Development Management Department of Veterans Affairs. Office of Information and Technology

Panel Members:

Howard Hays, MD, MSPH

Chief Information Officer (Acting), Indian Health Service (IHS)

 

 

 

David Peters

ADCIO, Development Management Department of Veterans Affairs. Office of Information and Technology

Open Source Chronology

Aneel Advani, MD 
Senior Vice-President, Healthcare

Everis

 

 

 

Myung Kim
Vice President 
3M Health, Information System

 

 

 

Fabian Lopez 
VistA Extension Hub
Conceptual Designer, 
DSS, Inc.

 

 

 

 

 

Day 2: Early Plenary and Break Out Sessions

Thursday, October 18, 2012

 

8:15AM

Opening Session – An Open Source Approach to Veteran Health Care

Woodrow Wilson Ballroom

Session Chair:

Michael O’Neill, Senior Advisor, VA Innovation Initiative (VAi2),Department of Veterans Affairs

Honorable W.Scott Gould
Deputy Secretary,  Department of Veterans Affairs

 

Peter Levin, PhD
Senior Advisor to the Secretary and Chief Technology Officer, Department of Veterans Affairs

As the Deputy Was Saying ...

 

 

TRACKS >>

ENTERPRISE EHR

Woodrow Wilson Ballroom

OS TECHNOLOGIES

Woodrow Wilson B

CLINICAL APPLICATIONS

Woodrow Wilson C

GENOMICS&

BIG DATA

Woodrow Wilson D

Session One

9:15– 10:45 AM

 

 

Theme:

Interoperability and Testing

Chair: Keith McCall, KRM

Theme: 

OS Development Tools / Methods

Chair: Evan Tradup, VA

Theme:

New Clinical Tools

Chair: Fabian Lopez, DSS

Theme:

Big Data & Clinical Genomics

Chair: Gerry Higgins,

AssureRx Health Inc.

Lauren Thompson 
Office of National Coordinator
Open Source’s Role in CONNECTing the Nation’s Healthcare Community

 

Robert Rogers
Application Matrix, LLC
Data Portability Requirements for EHRs

 

Mario Hyland
AEGIS.net
Developers Integration Lab (DILSM) Testing

 

John Wolf
Harris Healthcare Solutions
Support and Implementation of iEHR in the SOA ESB Framework for DoD and VA Applications

 

 

 

 

 

 

MarineKoshkakaryan
Parsons Institute for Info Mapping
A Roadmap for Development: The PIIM Canonic GUI Model SimplifiesHL7 Messaging

 

Christopher Goranson

Parsons Institute for Information Mapping
Development of an Open-Source Visual Display for the Patient-Centered Medical Home Environment

 

Erick Pupo
Deloitte Consulting LLP
Open Source and Patient Privacy – Emerging Trends

 

Russell Davis
US Air Force
Anonymizer

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gary A. Jones
G. Allen Jones Enterprises
“My Meds”: a Medicine/Procedure Software Application

 

Odysseas Pentakalos

SYSNET International
Open EMPI: An Open Source Enterprise Master Patient Index

 

Cecil Lynch
Accenture Health and Public Service
The Role of NLP in the EHR Data Lifecycle

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Atul Butte
Stanford University 
Computational Clinical Interpretation of Patients Presenting with Whole Genomes

 

Gerry Higgins and John Dawson

AssureRx Health Inc. and Exact Data
Experimental Platform for Testing Large Scale Integration of Personal Genome Variant and Electronic Health Record Data

 

Alexander(Sasha) Zaranek

Harvard Medical School
An Open-Source, On-premise Molecular Medicine System Burstable to the Cloud

 

Christophe Lambert

Golden Helix

Dealing with Big Genomic Data: Towards Predictive & Preventative Medicine

 


Session Two

11:00– 12:30 PM

Theme: 

OS Ecosystems

Chair: Myung Kim, 3M

Theme:

Innovations OS VistA

Chair: Chris Uyehara, VA

Theme: 

OS in Mobile Health

Chair: Steve Steffensen,  TATRC

 

Theme: 

The Genome-Enabled EHR

Chair: Gerry Higgins,

AssureRx Health Inc.

Peter Groen
Open Health News
Global Open Health IT Community

 

 

K.S. Bhaskar
Fidelity Information Services
Eleven Years of FOSS – the GT.M Experience

 

 

Edmund Billings
Medsphere
VistA across West Virginia

 

 

Ignacio Valdes
Astronaut LLC
Unleashing Potentials to New Heights of Innovation

 

 

 

Matt McCall
White House Fellow
Blue Button America: A PHR

 

Julie Harvey

Veterans Affairs
Progress of 10-1 Initiative

 

 

Chris Rhodes
Veterans Health Administration
Business Impact of Veterans Health Administration to Open Source

 

 

Steve Hufnagel 
tiag and Architecture Working Group
Open Source Health Services Platform for iEHR

Gary Sikora
Progny Systems Corp.
iPhone-Based AHLTA Mobile Prime (iAMP) Mobile Clinical Assistance

 

 

Keith McCall
KRM Associates
Healthe Me

 

 

Kenneth Wong
Virginia Tech
Development of a Medic Smartphone Platform using Open Source Software

 

 

David Hill
The MITRE Corporation
hReader Mobile Family Health Manager

 

 

 

Joshua Denny
Vanderbilt University Medical University
Prospective Genotyping and Pharmacogenomics in the Electronic Health Record

 

 

Kensaku Kawamoto
University of Utah
Clinical Decision Support for Genetically Guided Personalized Medicine

 

 

Jeff S. Brown
Harvard Medical School 
The MDPH net Distributed Querying Approach for Public Health

 

 

Julio Licinio
John Curtain School of Medical Research
Translational Psychiatry: How Can Pharmacogenomics Bridge the Translational Gap in Mental Health?

 

 

12:30 PM

Luncheon Speaker: Shahid Shah 
President and CEO
Netspective Communications, LLC 

Session Three

1:45– 3:30 PM

Theme: 

Sustainable Models

Chair: Andrew Aitken, Olliance

Theme: 

OS Innovations

Chair: Peter Groen,
Open Health News

Theme: 

Global Activities

Chair: Michael Ackerman, National Library of Medicine

 

Theme:

 Data Mining & Data Analytics

Chair: Gerry Higgins,

AssureRx Health Inc.

 

Kenneth Rubin
Hewlett Packard
Applying OSS Experiences From Other Verticals into Healthcare

 

Deanne Clark
DSS

vx VistA Journey

 

Edmund Billings
Medsphere
Commercialization of Open Source VistA

 

John(Jack) Taylor
Business Information Technology Solutions Inc
Health Information and Its Meaningful Use

 

 

Afsin Ustundag
Ray Group International

Open Source EHR Refactoring Services and Automated Functional Testing Framework

 

Edward Ost
Talend
Refactoring with Data Services

 

Conor Dowling
Caregraf
VistA as Linked Data

 

Thomas Fagan
Veterans Affairs
Software Enhancements Within VA as Candidates for OSEHRA Evaluation

 

Shinji Kobayashi
Ehime University
Status of Open Source Software in Medicine in Japan

 

Richard Thoreson, 
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration

Ubiquitous Privacy Protection Using Open Source Web Services

 

Rob Tweed
M/Gateway Development
Developing Mobile Applications for VistA using EWD

 

Hon Pak
Diversinet
Open Framework on Personalized Virtual Health Wallet

 

 

Brian Athey
University of Michigan
Open Source, Precompetitive Data Sharing Using the tranSMART Informatics Platform

 

Dietrich Stephan
Silicon Valley Biosystems
Event-Driven Clinically Relevant Variants at the Point of Care through SaaS: Genomes in the EHR

 

Albert Bonnema
US Air Force
Secondary Data Use Architecture in the Air Force Medical Service

 

 

 

 

 

 


Session Four

3:45– 5:15 PM

Theme:

Interoperability & Safety

Chair:  Robert Kolodner,

Open Health Tools

Theme: 

VistA Code Activities

Chair: Lorraine Landfried, VA

Theme: 

Working with OSEHRA

Chair: DaCosta Barrow, 3M

 

Theme: 

Open Data, Open Science

Chair: Gerry Higgins,

AssureRx Health Inc.

Richard Chapman
Food and Drug Administration
Embedded Software and Open Source

 

 

Michael Vaughn
Johns Hopkins University
Bringing an Open-Source EHR to Informatics Education: VistA for Education

 

Doug Rosendale
Veterans Affairs
HITIDE

 

Mark Braunstein
Georgia Tech
The Interoperability & Integration Innovation Lab at Georgia Tech

Conor Dowling
Caregraf
VistA's Open Source Medical Terminologies

 

Marcia Pickard
Veterans Affairs
Services: The Backbone of Open Source Framework – VA’s Story

 

Joel Mewton & Chris Uyehara
Veterans Affairs
M, MDWS and a Movement

 

Rob Tweed
M/Gateway Developments Ltd
Creating and Consuming VistA Web Services using EWD

Wesley Turner

OSEHRA
Code Acceptance and Repository

 

Christopher Edwards

OSEHRA
Code Management

 

RickAvila

OSEHRA
“Gold Disk Management”

 

Luis Ibáñez
OSEHRA
Agile Web Projects in 4 weeks – EWD in Healthcare

 

 

Leonard D’Avolio
MAVERIC, Boston VA 
Achieving the ‘Learning Healthcare System’ and the Role of the EMR

 

Gholson Lyon

ColdSpring Harbor Laboratory
Clinical issues with the return of Exome and Whole Genome SequencingResults

 

Fred Prior
Washington University
Building Open Science Communities For Imaging Research

 

Tom Munnecke

Genomics and Future VistA (No slides)

 

 

 

5:30PM – 6:30 PM

Closing Session: Seong Ki Mun, PhD.