Developing a digital innovation?
Our Digital Innovation & Translation Workshop provided information to develop, protect, license and commercialize your software, copyright, and data.
We also walked through our new Health IT Roadmap for accessing Duke clinical data during development.
VENDORS in attendance
- Pattern Health
- Little Green Software
- Oak City Labs
8:30-8:45 Coffee & Tea
Jeff Ferranti, Chief Information Officer and Vice President for Medical Informatics
9:00-11:30 Software/Copyright/Data General Issues-Morning Session
9-10:00 IP Protection in IT – patents are not always the solution (Eric Wagner, OTC)
10-11:00 Licensing of software, data and content– commercial licensing, open source issues, open data, dual licensing (Dinesh Divakaran, OTC)
11-11:30 Help for your IT startup (Kevin Bowles, Duke MIR)
11:30-1:00 Lunch/Lessons Learned
Erich Huang, KelaHealth “Lessons learned from a startup” (leads into afternoon roadmap discussion)
1:00-4:00 Digital Health-Afternoon Session
INTRO TO ROADMAP
1:00-1:20 Regulatory Aspects of Digital Health ORAQ (Kelly Lindblom)
1:20-1:40 COI (Greg Samsa and Angie Solomon)
1:40-2:00 Compliance (Colleen Shannon)
2:00-2:20 Data Security & ISO (Shelly Epps)
2:20-2:40 DHTS Initiatives: PACE, et al. (Stephen Blackwelder)
2:40-3:00 Working with EPIC (Eric Poon)
INTERNAL DUKE HELP/COLLABORATORS:
3:00-3:15 MAG (Katie McMillan)
3:15-3:30 Duke FORGE (Victoria Christian), Invited
3:30-3:45 DIHI (Krista Whalen)
3:45-4:00 DOCR (Denise Snyder)
We will add more slides as they become available to us.
We are currently adding subtitles to all our videos from the event in accordance with W3C Accessibility Standards. Please be patient with us.