Author Archive: UC IT Blogger

UC Health Expands Shared Data Platform with Enterprise Imaging

Doctor showing a patient their x-ray

By Kim Garriott.

UCLA and UCSF have implemented a common enterprise imaging (EI) platform that enables the secure acquisition, management, sharing, and retention of medical images—regardless of type (think digital photos, point of care ultrasound, scope, and others).

“Sharing this…
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7 UC Campuses to Use Conflict of Commitment System

Outside Activity Tracking System logo

 By Ben Nathan. 

DGIT, the information technology (IT) office for the UCLA health sciences schools, is the technical partner behind the launch of the University of California (UC) Outside Activity Tracking System. Known as OATS, this is a web-based conflict of commitment platform that DGIT created in partnership with teams…
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UC’s Learning Data Privacy Principles Gaining National Attention

By Jim Phillips and Jim Williamson.

Our campuses are awash in data, and there are many initiatives underway to capture, store, and use that data for analysis, predictions, and, in some cases, prescriptive action(s) based on those predictions.

When an…
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UC and Cisco Enter Long-Term Partnership for Innovation

city skyline with wifi symbols

By Yvonne Tevis. In April 2018, the University of California and Cisco signed a three-year strategic partnership agreement, formally recognizing an informal relationship of twenty-years’ standing, and committing to innovative programs for mutual benefit.

The partnership is an offshoot of…
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