Creating and sustaining consumer and public health informatics innovations requires architectures that are community-wide and that capitalize on emerging technology developments. At the University of Wisconsin, the IAIMS planning group envisioned a state-wide Health IT architecture to support teaching, research and service initiatives throughout the entire state. This IAIMS planning group established a link with a regional health planning group, the Dodge Jefferson Healthier Communities Partnership. This talk will address the inception, mutual goal setting, and post-IAIMS Planning Project activities undertaken to create the technical infrastructure and community level decision making to bring a regional health information architecture into reality.
healthcare, information systems, community partnerships, informatics
Brennan, Patricia. "Creating Community-Centered Health Information Systems Architectures: Parterning with regional health planning groups." (2002). https://digitalrepository.unm.edu/hslic-historical-administrative/24