Direct Project's October Face-to-Face Meeting: Code-a-thon/Install-a-thon

Please join us for the next Direct Project Face-to-Face meeting

What: Direct Project's October Face-to-Face Meeting
Where: CollabNet, 8000 Marina Boulevard, Suite 600, Brisbane, CA 94005>
  • Conveniently located six miles north of the San Francisco International Airport (SFO)
  • There will be no dial-in available for this meeting except for the Blue Button breakout session (see below).
When: October 27th (12 pm - 5 pm PDT) and October 28th (9 am - 5 pm PDT)
Why: Serve as a "Code-a-thon/Install-a-thon" in order to:
  • Drive the reference implementations to a production-ready state
  • Establish cross-workgroup collaboration over pilot testing
  • Enable pilot technical leads to address common challenges and share initial lessons learned
Who: Developers from the Reference Implementation WG; Pilot technical leads from the Geographies WG; any additional technical resources are welcome.

What to Bring

If you want to run a HISP on your laptop inside the firewall:
  • A *nix or OS X box with an already completed developer configuration: Java Agent Test Environment
  • Windows will also work, but the DNS resolver may not work under Windows
  • A Windows 2K8 or 2K3 Server with Visual Studio 2008

If you want to run a HISP on the public DNS:
  • A box accessible on the Internet (e.g., Amazon EC2 instance)
  • A registered domain you want to configure for interoperability

Direct Project Face-to-Face Meeting Agenda

Wednesday, October 27th- Please arrive at 11:30 AM PDT in order to register before the meeting. If you are able to arrive earlier at 9:00 AM PDT, please sign up under Early Arrivals.
Code-a-thon
  • Joint CSharp/Java final architecture review
  • Final edits to the reference implementations
Install-a-thon
  • Presentation to technical leads from the implementation geographies
  • Install and setup HISPs with technical leads
  • Test Direct protocol/specification through HISPs/messaging environment
Debrief
  • Discuss outstanding issues with reference implementations
  • Address common challenges facing implementation geographies
  • Determine the next steps for the pilot technical leads
Blue Button Breakout Session (Thursday, Oct 28th - 1-2 pm PDT)
  • Dial-in is available for this meeting: 1-866-816-4209; Participant Code: 3980879

Registration

Organization
Attending? (Yes, No)
Representative(s) & Title
Agilex Technologies, Inc.
Yes
Les Westberg (Software Architect/Tech Lead)
Cautious Patient
Yes
Fred Trotter (Director, Chief Architect)
CareEvolution
Yes
Phil Cherdron (Software Architect)
Cerner
Yes
Greg Meyer (Senior Architect)
Rob Wilmot
Coto Partners (CGC)
Yes
John Odden (CGC Member)
Emdeon
Yes
Kris Olberg (Director, IT, Principal Architect)
Milind Bhalekar
Epic
Yes
Vassil Peytchev (Reference Implementation)
Peter DeVault (User Stories)
Janet Campbell
Garden State Health
Yes
Michael Firriolo (Reference Implementation)
Google
Yes
Paul Saxman (Senior Software Engineer, Information Architect)
Harris
Yes
Beau Grantham (Java Development Lead)
Kryptiq
Yes
John Theisen (Chief Architect)
Jean Dupuis (Director of Operations)
MedAllies
Yes
Vince Lewis
MEDfx
Yes
Mark Bamberg (Director of Research and Development)
MedPlus/Quest Diagnostics
Yes
Mark Stine (Systems Architect)
Chris Moyer (Technical Lead)
Microsoft
Yes
Umesh Madan (Principal Architect)
Sean Nolan (Distinguished Engineer)
Mirth Corp.
Yes
Will Hartung (CTO) -- Redwood MedNet HISP software
MITRE
Yes
Shauni Deshmukh (Software/Systems Engineer)
MobileMD
Yes
Alexander Matsukevich (Software Engineer)
ONC
Yes
Brian Behlendorf (Collaboration Advisor)
Redwood MedNet
Yes
Will Ross (Project Manager)
RelayHealth
Yes
Ron Cordell (Architect)
Siemens
No

Surescripts
Yes
Chris Lomonico (Chief Architect)
Techsant Technologies
Yes
Sri Koka (WG Member: Reference Implementation & Implementation Geographies)
VisionShare
Yes
Brett Peterson (Public Health Pilot technical lead)
Paul Tuten (Implementation Geographies lead)

Calendar invites will not be sent for this meeting, however, we will send a confirmation email to the representative listed.

Early Arrivals (arriving at CollabNet at 9 am)

Organization
Representative(s) & Title
ONC
Brian Behlendorf (Collaboration Advisor)
Emdeon
Milind Bhalekar
Epic
Vassil Peytchev (Reference Implementation)
Peter DeVault (User Stories)
Janet Campbell
Garden State Health
Michael Firriolo (Reference Implementation)
VisionShare
Brett Peterson (Public Health Pilot technical lead)
Paul Tuten (Implementation Geographies lead)
Kryptiq
John Theisen (Chief Architect)
Jean Dupuis (Direct of Operations)
Cerner
Greg Meyer (Senior Architect)
Rob Wilmot
RelayHealth
Ron Cordell (Architect)
Techsant Technologies
Sri Koka (WG Member: Reference Implementation &Implementation Geographies)
MITRE
Shauni Deshmukh (Software/Systems Engineer)
MEDfx
Mark Bamberg (Director of Research and Development)
Coto Partners
John Odden (CGC Member)
Microsoft
Umesh Madan (Principal Architect)

Lodging

There are two hotel options within walking distance of the CollabNet facilities:
  1. Radisson Hotel San Francisco Airport Bay Front
  2. Homewood Suites by Hilton SFO Airport North