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Premium member Presentation Transcript Information Resourcesand Technology : Information Resourcesand Technology We facilitate excellence in education, biomedical and clinical research, and patient care through the application of innovative and effective information resources and technology RYAN INTERNATIONAL SCHOOL MALAD(WEST) Definitions : Definitions “Information Technology is the use of hardware, software, services, and supporting infrastructure to manage and deliver information.” IRT Goals : IRT Goals Become a leader in the effective use of innovative information technology (IT) in biomedicine Integrate IT, informatics and knowledge management resources to support the biomedical mission Plan and implement IRT collaboratively Have IRT driven by a coherent strategic plan Support the Stanford Biomedical Community’s clinical, research and educational missions Information Resourcesand Technology (IRT) : Senior Associate Dean position created March 2002 Our mandate is to develop, collaboratively, an effective IT strategy for the Stanford Biomedical Community Provide state-of-the-art IT infrastructure and services Support access to and management of knowledge resources Couple applied informatics with our needs Integration of Med IT, SUMMIT and Lane Library IRT strategic planning completed September 2002 Information Resourcesand Technology (IRT) IRT Organization : IRT Organization Collaborative IRT Planningis Critical : The future of biomedicine is interdisciplinary There is a Stanford Biomedical Community The Hospitals, School of Medicine, Clark Center, Bioengineering If translational research is to be successful, information must flow effectively within this community Biomedical IRT planning and implementation must be a collaborative community process Collaborative IRT Planningis Critical Slide 7: University Hospitals School Slide 8: Our Development Model INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY Major Strategic Themes : Ubiquitous access to information Data privacy and security The Library as a Knowledge Management Center The Internet as a communications medium Major Strategic Themes Slide 10: IRT as an innovative force in education Translational Informatics Enabling the translational research mission Ubiquitous Access to Information : The future of computing rests on a wireless “always on” network connection. Wireless networking is progressing rapidly Ubiquitous Access to Information Slide 12: Mobile computing devices are becoming smaller, cheaper, more powerful and better integrated Biomedical workers are often nomadic Major transforming potential in the clinical, research and educational environments What IRT is Doing : Implementing an enterprise-wide wireless network Convened a joint School-University-Hospital secure wireless planning committee. What IRT is Doing Slide 14: Appointed an Associate Director of Wireless Applications Development Mandated secure wireless network standards Positioning all key information resources to be wireless-accessible Information Privacy and Security : New Federal and State regulations mandate significant changes in how we handle information Our ability and willingness to protect privacy and secure information will become critical Information Privacy and Security Our clinical and translational research missions are at particular risk An issue in negotiating access to clinical data What IRT is Doing : Created a process within the School to manage HIPAA implementation Convened a joint School-University-Hospital committee to define data security standards for the Biomedical Community A secure data center for the School will open in April 2003 Appointed a Director for Data Privacy and Security What IRT is Doing Knowledge Management : Biomedicine is knowledge-based Ubiquitous electronic access to knowledge The Library as our Center for Knowledge Management - a “library without walls” A new Library Director who is also Associate Dean for Knowledge Management Knowledge-based clinical decision support as part of EMR deployment Addition of new knowledge resources (e.g. Genomic Resources) Knowledge Management Internet Strategy : The Web is our major point of contact with the World Internet strategy should support our strategic plan IRT Web design task force report The School needs a new Web site with: Better navigational model More consistent “branding” across the School Tighter coordination with Hospital Web sites Separation of public and private Web services Internet Strategy Innovative Use of Learning Technologies : An IT-enabled educational environment Easy, ubiquitous technology support Investment in simulation technologies Balance innovation and current successful practice Continuous evaluation and improvement Training educators to use IT successfully Inquiry-based education Life-long learning and knowledge access skills Innovative Use of Learning Technologies What IRT is Doing : Immersive Learning Center Content production Ubiquitous access to knowledge sources Faculty support and development Pilot projects Evaluation of impact What IRT is Doing Translational Informatics : Translational Informatics Informatics : Information technology expertise alone cannot guarantee effective use of IT in biomedicine Informatics complements IT expertise in creating solutions to complex “real-world” problems in Biomedicine The IRT strategic plan will create new opportunities for Applied Informatics research and education We need to grow our Applied Informatics community Informatics A Clinical Informatics Center : “Clinical Informatics”,in contrast to BioInformatics, is underdeveloped at Stanford The greatest need for Informatics is in the clinical and translational research areas A new academic Clinical Informatics Center will foster Informatics at the School level and work with Departments and institutes to help develop domain-specific Informatics programs The Hospitals to assist in the effective implementation of knowledge-based clinical systems A Clinical Informatics Center Clinical Systems Development : The EMR is a critical component of the Biomedical IT infrastructure Clinical systems development must be collaborative Understanding workflow and context is critical The academic user community should be a major driver Tight integration with clinical research systems is essential Tight coupling of knowledge resources to the point of care Where clinical IT has been successful it has involved a real working partnership of Hospital IT, Clinical Informatics and the user community Clinical Systems Development Informatics andTranslational Research : Informatics andTranslational Research Data management Knowledge access & management Collaborative Systems High performance computing Access to clinical data EMR development Clinical data acquisition Clinical trials management Integration with clinical systems Knowledge-based decision making Data analysis and visualization Integrated data repository Tissue banking systems Image managment Knowledge representation Major IRT Goals for 2003 : Hospital-School IT steering committee Clinical Informatics Center Secure wireless network Planning for Clinical and Research Data Repository The Library as our Knowledge Management Center Data security policies for School Immersive Learning Center Task force to examine user support New Website for School Major IRT Goals for 2003 MADE BY : : MADE BY : HAVISH .B .VYAS [STD-IX-B,ROLL NO.-23] PRATIK . 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