Improving the development and quality of distributed systems
Development of Early Intervention Transition Tracking System, PI
Funded by Utah State office of Education
Time period: Aug. 2008 - ongoing
This is a research and development project for creating a secure, automated mechanism for exchange child-health information between the Utah Department of Health and the Utah State Office of Education and for track the progress of children receiving Early Intervention services.
Integration of Child Healthcare Databases, Co-PI and Technical Lead
Funded by multiple sources
Time period: Jul. 2000 - going
This is a collection of projects from multiple funding sources that together aim to improve healthcare services and reduce costs by developing secure, integrated distributed health-information systems and health-information exchanges. They include the Child-health Advanced Records Management (CHARM) system, e-Health Communities, and various case studies. These projects are funded by the Center for Disease Control, the Task Force for Child Survival and Development, and a variety of other sources within the Utah Department of Health.
Public Health Master Person Index, PI
Time Period: Oct. 2009 - ongoing
This is collaborative project with Utah Department of Health, and Intermountain Health Care that aims to create a public-health master patient index (phMPI). The phMPI will help correlate patient information within the UDOH prior to it being exported to external MPI’s, like the Statewide Master Person Index (sMPI) and the cHIE. My role on the project is that of technical lead for the phMPI team and technical consultant for the sMPI team.