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RHEDcloud Project Proposal and Materials

Emory University and Emory Healthcare are working with a number of partners to initiate the RHEDcloud project, an open source project to collaborate on cloud security requirements and implementations for Amazon Web Services, Google Cloud, and Microsoft Azure.

Background materials:

  1. RHEDcloud Project Proposal
  2. AWS@Emory Service Description
  3. View detailed webinar and AWS@Emory demonstration (request demo credentials from)

If you are interested in reviewing Emory's AWS work in detail and potentially joining an effort to collaborate with Emory, the University of Colorado, and others, please:

  1. Download and sign Emory's standard confidentiality agreement here.
  2. Submit this form and the signed agreement requesting access to our wiki, Bitbucket repositories, and IP disclosure

Quick Links

Quick links point to resources of active or important IT Architecture projects. Listing these here makes it easy to say, "go to arch.it.emory.edu and there is a quick link to what you are looking for."

Contact

Steve Wheat, Chief IT Architect

swheat@emory.edu / +1 404-727-5268

http://it.emory.edu/about_us/architecture

http://www.linkedin.com/in/stevewheat/  

Upcoming Events

DateTitleDetails
January 5, 2018Emory AWS Research Service OfferingPresentation to be posted
January 19, 2018Emory Mobile App StrategyPresentation to be posted

Past Events

DateTitleDetails
September 1, 2017Emory IT Architecture Priorities for FY 2018View Presentation and Transcript
June 21, 2017Emory Mobile App Strategy PresentationRead the paper
February 23, 2016TAG Connected Content: Health App SummitDetails
August 10, 2015Gartner Catalyst Presentation on Emory Mobile App StrategiesDetails
September 14-16, 2015EAI/SOA Administration Training 
July 30, 2015Mobile App Platform Discussion: Modolabs 
July 20, 2015Part 2: Emory Mobile App Catalog Background and Administration Training 
July 13, 2015Part 1: Emory Mobile App Catalog Background and Administration TrainingView the slide presentation
June 29, 2015Emory Mobile App Catalog Overview Presentation and WebinarView the recorded webinar on demand
May 20, 2015ICCC CIO Meeting: SOA in the Cloud 
April 15, 2015

Video Interview: Mobile App Management Takes Center Stage in the Enterprise

Chris Silva, Research Director, Gartner Group

Steve Wheat

View the recorded interview on demand
March 11, 2015Boston Higher Ed Mobile App MeetupDetails

Emory Information Technology Mission Statement

As a key enabling function, the mission of Information Technology is to create and sustain a seamless, agile, innovative and efficient information technology environment that advances the educational, clinical and research activities and aspirations of Emory, across its academic and healthcare components.  For more information on LITS visit the LITS web site.

IT Architecture Charge

The role of the Office of the Chief Information Technology Architect was designed to coordinate and lead information technology architecture initiatives across Emory University and Emory Healthcare in emerging areas. The Chief IT Architect and IT Architecture Group work with units across the Emory enterprise as well as Emory's application vendors and partners to maintain a list of IT architecture standards and guidelines in use at Emory.  Where standards do not exist, the team works with appropriate units to identify the current practices and target new standards and guidelines for the future.  The IT Architecture Group works closely with groups spearheading new technology and standards to help operationalize and document new technology and practices in their initial phases of adoption.

IT Architecture Activities

  1. Provide leadership and assistance in the application and implementation of IT frameworks
  2. Work with Emory units to identify IT architecture and infrastructure needs collaboratively
  3. Review projects for compliance and conformance with established IT architectures
  4. Assist other units in using and adopting new IT infrastructure through training, documentation, seminars, and other services
  5. Collaborate with partners and vendors of Emory to help them use and access Emory IT infrastructure or to develop new technologies and infrastructure to meet joint objectives
  6. Set an example of excellence, dedication, and professionalism that is acknowledged both within Emory and beyond

Priorities (Past and Present)

Annual Reports

Major Initiatives (FY 2019)

View presentation and transcript on FY 2019 priorities (coming soon)

NameStatusScheduled CompletionAdjusted Completion

AWS at Emory Launch, Support, and Improvements

  • Network certification testing
  • Integration testing
  • Integration test automation
  • Develop and test additional security measures
  • Bug fixes
  • Enhancements
in progressSpring 2019 

Participate in the Cloud Infrastructure Migration Project

  • Executive review group
  • Tod Jackson is participating in the project team
in progressSpring 2019

Improvements and Marketing of Preferred Web, Mobile, Cloud Application Development Vendor Program

  • FY 2018 - 32 SOWs - $1.2 million spend - 2 vendors
  • FY 2019 - Identify FHIR/Cerner/Epic expert vendor(s)
  • Promote and inform the Emory Community
  • Train a broader group in contracting practices
in progressongoing

IT Architecture Rotation Program

  • SOA/EDA
  • AWS at Emory

in progressongoing 

Emory Patient Data API Gateway Phase II

  • Establish and document meaningful environments for Cerner Ignite
  • Implement FHIR resource mapping proof-of-concept with Datica
  • New SOA/EDA architecture and foundation
  • FHIR service architecture for authentication and authorization
  • SMART on FHIR architecture for embedding apps in patient workflows

in progressWinter 2019 

SOA, EDA, and FHIR Governance

  • Complete service inventory an metadata
  • Complete integration of EHC FHIR Advisory Group
  • Propose specific policies
in progress

Fall 2019

 

Services and Functions

 

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