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From: Thomas Hardjono <hardjono <at> mit.edu>
Date: 2014-03-05 0:45 GMT+00:00
Subject: Invitation to OpenID Foundation members to MIT-KIT Workshop on Private Health Data
To: Nat Sakimura <n-sakimura <at> nri.co.jp
Cc: "sakimura <at> gmail.com
" <sakimura <at> gmail.com
>, "agropper <at> gmail.com
" <agropper <at> gmail.com
>, Thomas Hardjono <hardjono <at> mit.edu
We would like to extend an invitation to OpenID Foundation (OIF) members to attend the coming
workshop at MIT on Private Health Data (March 28, 2014).
A key part of this workshop is understanding and promoting BlueButtonPlus, which
uses OpenID-Connect (OIC) as its core infrastructure. As such, we think this workshop
is very relevant for your members and providers who are interested in the Healthcare space.
I've included our recent announcement below. Please feel free to forward this email to OIF members.
Thanks in advance.
From: Thomas Hardjono
Sent: Wednesday, February 12, 2014 2:59 PM
To: mit-privatehealthdata <at> mit.edu
Cc: Thomas Hardjono; adrian <at> alum.mit.edu
Subject: Save the date: MIT-KIT Workshop on Private Health Data
Save the date: MIT-KIT Workshop on Private Health Data
We are pleased to invite you to the MIT-KIT Workshop on Private Health Data to be held on March 28, 2014 at the MIT Media Lab.
This one-day meeting will explore next-generation services infrastructure for the sharing of patient data and other resources in the healthcare space. We will pay particular attention to open issues in digital identity, patient matching, and authorization management that stand in the way of large-scale interoperability and predictive analytics. Our program will focus on emerging Web-scale technologies as applied to health information sharing and will be heavily weighted toward group discussion among our expert participants.
An agenda will follow in the coming days. The program will begin with a review of open issues, followed by relevant Web practices outside of healthcare, and end with healthcare-specific profiles of generic practices.
We hope you will come. Please register below and forward this email to colleagues you’d like to have attend as well.
Information Page, Agenda & Registration (free):http://kit.mit.edu/events/mit-kit-workshop-private-health-data
Thomas Hardjono & Adrian Gropper
Thomas Hardjono, PhD.
MIT Consortium for Kerberos & Internet Trust
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
77 Massachusetts Avenue W92-152
Cambridge, MA 02139, USA
m: +1 781-729-9559