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Monday, January 3, 2011

PCAST and ...

I'm rereading the PCAST report for about the fifth time.  While I find some of the conclusions of this report challenging and worth commenting on more, the single most interesting thing in this report is how closely chapter 4 and 5 follow the software architecture of the Indivo project, which happens to be one of the SHARP grantees.  This influence appears on both the idea of "metadata tagged data elements" in Chapter 4 and in the privacy and security architecture in Chapter 5. The more I read about Indivo and in these sections, and the more I look for points of comparison, the more I find.  

Hmm...

Then I look at it again through different set of eyes and I see the influence of Amalga ...

Hmm...

And then again, there's my own interpretation of it with respect to HL7.

Hmm....

I don't know what to think now.

2 comments:

  1. And then someone pointed me to this link http://indivohealth.org/research which talks about how HealthVault launched with Indivo open source code in the product.

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  2. one more..... look under partners section of
    http://www.smartplatforms.org (another SHARP grant recipient). Same set of collaborators (more or less) :)

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