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Use this table to track DS Pilots in the Workgroup. Click on the pilot name in the "Organization" column below to navigate to the pilot brief. To update the table, click on the "EDIT" button in the upper right-hand corner, add a row to the table, and complete each field in the table. If you have any questions or need assistance, contact Joan DuHaime.

DS Pilot Projects

Organization
Use Cases / Objectives
Stakeholders &
Points of Contact
VA/SAMHSA

(Approved)
PHASE 1 (Sept 2012)

UC Scenario 1 : User Story 1.1A
Section 7332 of Title 38 Push (Directed Exchange) / Share Partial

PHASE 2 (March 2013 HIMSS)

UC Scenario 2 : User Story 1.1B
Section 7332 of Title 38 Pull / Share all

UC Scenario 3 : User Story 1C
Pull

UC Scenario 4 : User Story 1.1C
Section 7332 of Title 38 Push (Directed Exchange) / Change Mind

UC Scenario 6 : User Story 3
Break the Glass
SAMHSA
Richard Thoreson

VA
Mike Davis

Mitre
Anne Kling

Jericho Systems
David Staggs

HIPAAT
Kel Callahan
SATVA

(Approved)
PHASE 1 (Pilot Release Sept 2012)

UC Scenario 1 : User Story 1
42 CFR Part 2 Push (Directed Exchange) / Share All
Direct and XDS.b

UC Scenario 2 : User Story 1B
Pull / Share All
42 CFR Part 2 Asynchronous Request / Response - Direct

PHASE 2 (Production Release December 2012)

UC Scenario 1 : User Story 1
42 CFR Part 2 Push (Directed Exchange) / Share All
Direct and XDS.b

UC Scenario 2 : User Story 1B
Pull / Share All
42 CFR Part 2 Asynchronous Request / Response - Direct

UC Scenario 3 : User Story 1C
42 CFR Part 2 Pull
Internal Consent Repository

PHASE 3 (Pilot Release February 2013)

UC Scenario 6 : User Story 3
Break the Glass
Using Web Portal for Recording the Part 2 Break the Glass Event
SATVA
Michael Morris

Anasazi
Michael Morris

Valley Hope
John Leipold

Defran Systems
Arthur Khanlian

HEALTHeLINK
Margaret Cosentino

Horizon Health Services

Lakeshore Behavioral Health

Spectrum Human Services

Children and Adolescent Treatment Services

Mid-Erie Counseling and Treatment Services

The Resource Center
Netsmart

(Approved)
PHASE 1 (Production - January 2013)

Scenario 1 - User Story 1
42 CFR Part 2 Push / Share All / Partial

Scenario 2 - User Story 1B
42 CFR Part 2 Pull between providers / Share All / Partial

PHASE 2 (Pilot Release - January 2013)

Scenario 3 - User Story 1C
HIO Repository & Consent Repository

PHASE 3 (Production Release - February 2013)

Scenario 3 - User Story 1C
HIO Repository & Consent Repository
Netsmart
Bill Connors
Matthew Arnheiter

KHIN
Laura McCrary, Ed.D

Identifying Potential Pilot Partnerships

Please see Identifying Potential Pilot Partnerships for Organizations wishing to participate in the development of a Data Segmentation for Privacy Pilot.

Guidelines for a Pilot Project

Proposing a Pilot Project

  1. Complete an entry in the "DS Pilot Projects" table, above and develop a pilot brief to summarize the expectations for the pilot. A template pilot brief is available in the reference material section on the Pilot Home.
  2. The DS RI/Pilots Workgroup ONC Support Team will then create a Pilot Brief Wiki page for your organization. The Pilot Brief page will be linked to in the "DS Pilot Projects" table above.
  3. Participate in pilot project discussion calls (workgroup meetings) to explain pilot proposal and answer community questions.
  4. After the Pilot Brief is complete, the Community accepts or rejects the proposed pilot based on criteria defined below. Accepted Pilots are indicated on the “DS Pilot Projects” table.

Criteria for acceptance as a DS Pilot Project

  1. Proposing organization should be registered as a committed member.
  2. Project should be distinct from other proposed pilots in terms of stakeholders, provider types, or goals.
  3. Project should include a set of measurable objectives that provides feedback on the DS Use Case, DS Implementation Guide, etc.
  4. Does the proposing organization commit adequate resources (people, infrastructure) to successfully complete the proposed scope?

Guidelines as an accepted DS Pilot Project

  1. Maintain your organization's Pilot Brief Wiki page.
  2. Name one or more individual(s) as the ‘pilot leader’ (who will represent the pilot on all workgroup calls).
  3. Use DS RI/Pilots WG wiki and communication tools to document status and operations of project.
  4. Participate in DS RI/Pilots Workgroup calls and provide regular status updates.
  5. Conform to DS RI/Pilots Initiative timeline.
  6. Provide pilot feedback to ONC management of lessons learned and intended next steps.
  7. It is recommended to complete a Configuration Guide for your Pilot to provide additional details. A template pilot configuration guide is available in the reference material section on the Pilot Home.