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  • Update on Phase 2/3 mi2b2 software
  • ACRIN presentation
  • XNAT -- mi2b2 integration
  • TIMC requirements

Harvard Catalyst Medical Informatics group Meeting Minutes September 28, 2010

In attendance:

  • Bill Wang (phone)
  • Chris Herrick
  • Shawn Murphy
  • Bill Tellier
  • Vincent Roch
  • Randy Gollub
  • Yong Gao
  • Darren Sack
  • Steve Pieper
  • Bill Hanlon (phone)
  • Alex Zeitsev
  • Charles McGow
  • Jon Bickel
  • Jesse Wei (phone)

Meeting Minutes

mi2b2 software update

  • Bill Wang was able to get the Phase 3 middle tier programming mostly completed. New programing includes the following functitonality. Requests that are generated go to a queue on the STAR-D server, a separate DAEMON process fulfills the request and updates the status for the user, and copies the image to local cache. The UI programming is moving along, needs another week or two to move into testing mode. The next deployment of the mi2b2 software (Phase 3) to sites will include the above described core functionality accessed via the new UI.

ACRIN presentation

Shawn and Chris are all set, they will circulate to us the final slides.

XNAT -- mi2b2 integration

  • Chris is working with the XNAT team to develop the bridges to link XNAT and mi2b2.

TIMC requirements

  • Bill Hanlon described his Program's workflow for obtaining medical imaging data from the various sites. Key issue is that image data requests are made in small numbers (< 30 data sets/day distributed across 4 sites) and need to be executed as close to immediately as possible. Currently they have a direct network connection for MGH, BWH and DFCC so this happens relatively easily. At BIDMC the situation is somewhat slower, requiring a paper transaction for documentation often requiring up to 1 hour at times (~ 10% TIMC study volume). Very little volume with CHB. Discussed if and how mi2b2 software might be useful.