Lodestone Logic knows that true project execution relies on our relationship with our clients and truly understanding what they are trying to accomplish.
Our track record for successful projects is based on the coordination of our efforts with our clients to define the project goals and objectives, develop project plans accounting for risks and opportunities, recognize individual interests and motivations of team members, and produce transparent, concise, and regular communications with the core and extended team members.
In recognition of our domain expertise in innovation, health data, informatics, and flow/movement of data, our clients bring unique and challenging projects to Lodestone Logic.
Here are just a few examples of projects that have been delivered for our clients:
The Indiana University Center for Law Ethics and Applied Research in Health Information (IU CLEAR) hired Lodestone Logic to expose the data flows that are generated by the patient via the internet, social media channels, mobile phones, purchasing/transaction records, etc. The research encompasses the health data flows that are resident within the hospital electronic health records, e-RX, billing, and interactions with insurance companies. Please read The Quest – Mapping Health Information blog post for more information about this project.
Lodestone Logic has been a strategic partner and service provider in designing and executing the Transnational Initiative on Trustworthy Use of Data for Health sponsored by the International Medical Informatics Association. This Initiative is focused on stimulating robust discussions about health data reuse at the global level. The 2012 Summit on Trustworthy Reuse of Health Data kicked off the Initiative with the goal to construct a framework that will continue to encourage the development of the necessary conditions among European organizations to enable large-scale sharing of data, and methods and expertise in the meaningful reuse of care records for research and healthcare service development. The proceedings from this meeting were summarized and published in a journal titled, “Trustworthy Reuse of Health Data: A transnational perspective” and on the Initiative’s YouTube channel. An Industry Stakeholder Consultation took place at the World Health Organization in February, 2013 and the 2013 Summit is scheduled to take place in June, 2013.