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To be architecture key concepts

California State

Systems Interoperability and Integration Project

To-Be ArchitectureKey Concepts

July 11, 2013


California interoperable architecture key concepts

California Interoperable Architecture Key Concepts

  • Common processes

  • Shared information

  • Core capabilities

  • Service-oriented architecture

  • Federated Identity management and access control

  • Shared IT services

  • Hubs

  • Shared infrastructure

  • Performance metrics and analytics


Common processes shared capabilities shared information benefit everyone

Common Processes, Shared Capabilities, Shared Information Benefit Everyone

Benefit across programs

Identity and Access Management

Confidentiality and Privacy Agreement

Master Person Index

Case Portfolio

Provider Registry

Eligibility Determination

Benefit across stakeholders, state, counties, etc.

Enrollment

Performance Management

Population Health

Health Care/

Health Info Exchange

Public Health

Child Support Enforcement

Adult/Senior Services

Financial Assistance

Food Nutrition

Home Energy Assistance

Adoption/ Foster Care

Child Protection

Mental Health

Child Care


California child welfare council statement on information sharing and data standardization

California Child Welfare Council Statement on Information Sharing and Data Standardization

“The Council recommends and urges all information technology efforts involved in the exchange of information regarding children and families served by the child welfare system to:

  • Establish a common data element vocabulary;

  • Promote the development, sharing, use, and reuse of information technology processes, applications, data structures, and infrastructures required to enable data exchanges;

  • Use common frameworks and models, such as the Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) model, to encourage flexible applications;

  • Use interoperable standards developed and maintained by Federal entities and intergovernmental partnerships, such as the National Information Exchange Model (NIEM) standard, as the basis for information exchanges; and

  • Use common or uniform confidentiality/privacy agreements consistent with Federal and State laws.”

http://www.chhs.ca.gov/initiatives/Olmstead/Documents/CaliforniaChildWelfareCouncil_2012DataStatement.pdf


Core capabilities provide foundational capabilities or information

Core capabilities provide foundational capabilities or information

  • Find and get basic and/or summary information about key entities (e.g., person, case, provider, and program) to improve information sharing and enable improved delivery of health and human services

  • Verify information against authoritative sources to support eligibility, enrollment, and other program-related rules

  • Collect, aggregate, and analyze key operational performance information across programs, the agency, departments, organizations, and jurisdictions to improve effectiveness and efficiency


Foundation service oriented architecture soa and identity management

Foundation: Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA) and Identity Management

Key:

IT Service

ID Management &Access Control

SOA Infrastructure

Portal

User

  • Single sign-on

  • Access control

  • SOA: Service-Oriented Architecture

  • Critical systems are service-enabled

  • Common access control mechanisms

  • SOA allows software on one computer to use a service (e.g., to access information) on another networked computer.


Components of soa

Components of SOA

From: CA Enterprise Architecture Framework. Service-Oriented Architecture (SOA). Reference Architecture (RA) Overview.

Draft Version 0.1


Establish a common trust environment approach across chhs

Establish a Common Trust Environment approach across CHHS

  • Align with state-level enterprise architecture. Effort underway to define approach.

  • HIE’s trust environment for exchange is defined by:

    • a set of policies for establishing and recognizing organizational and individual identities,

    • operational procedures for how to provision, manage, monitor, and revoke identities, and

    • technical services to support discovery of communication services and verify identity.

      • Directory Services establish a mechanism to identify technical services of exchange partners. Likely to use a decentralized, federated approach.

      • Trust Services establish the identity of exchange entities and individuals.

      • Build these services on existing and emerging standards.

        From: CA Health Information Exchange (HIE) Strategic and Operational Plan (SOP) 2012-10-26. 1.5.2.1 Trust Environment

  • Consider Global Federated Identity and Privilege Management

    • http://it.ojp.gov/gfipm


Classify it services as common core or custom

Classify IT Services as Common, Core, or Custom

  • Common IT services support cross-jurisdiction information sharing and/or cross-program or department information-sharing

  • Core IT services are a foundational subset of the common IT services that enable a basic level of interoperability.

  • Custom IT services are the other services that jurisdictions will implement to support their own human services operations.

  • Establish service-level agreements (SLAs) to share core and common services. Manage through governance processes.

Core

Common

Custom


To be architecture key concepts

Notional IT Environment for a County or the Agency

  • The collection of all the IT environments supporting the county/state’s HHS

  • Includes legacy and new elements

  • Includes elements in an SOA environment, not in SOA, isolated systems, etc.

County/Agency Health and Human Services (HHS) IT Environment

  • Provides the ability to request services from local and distributed components and manage the results

  • Includes services, applications, and databases shared within the state

County/Agency HHS

SOA Environment

County

HHS Hub

County/

Agency

HHS Hub

  • A place to host services, applications, and information to be shared externally

  • May also contain other elements that are only shared internally


Hubs enable it service sharing and information exchange

Hubs Enable IT Service Sharing andInformation Exchange

County HHS

IT Environment

Agency HHS

IT Environment

Agency HHS SOA Environment

County

HHS Hub

Agency

HHS Hub

Hub

Catalog

County

HHS Hub

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HHS Hub

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HHS Hub

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HHS Hub

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HHS Hub

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HHS Hub

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HHS Hub

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HHS Hub

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HHS Hub

Agency

Hub

County

HHS Hub

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HHS Hub

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HHS Hub

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HHS Hub

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HHS Hub

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HHS Hub

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HHS Hub

County

HHS Hub


Shared it infrastructure to support multiple users systems and datasets

Shared IT Infrastructure To Support Multiple Users, Systems, and Datasets

Person

Services

Master Person Index Services

Person Information

Case Information

Case Information

Person Information

Master Person Index

Case

Services

Provider Registry Services

Provider Registry

County

HHS Hub

Agency

HHS Hub

Hub

Catalog

Other IT

Services

Other Database

Person

Services

County

HHS Hub

County

HHS Hub

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HHS Hub

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HHS Hub

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HHS Hub

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HHS Hub

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HHS Hub

County

HHS Hub

Partial potential architecture

Case

Services


Collect metrics during routine operations for fraud detection performance assessment

Collect Metrics During Routine Operations forFraud Detection & Performance Assessment

  • Capture key indicators in performance information repositories (data intermediaries or data warehouses)

  • Detect fraud

  • Monitor client status

  • Enhance awareness across programs

  • Generate standard reports and dashboards

  • Assess performance through longitudinal studies

  • Assess outcomes

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  • Collected indicators support near-real-time and long-term decision making.


Collect and analyze performance information

Collect and Analyze Performance Information

Federal

Agency

Human

Service

Application

Human

Service

Application

Local / County

Integrated

PIR

Integrated

PIR

IntegratedPIR

Human

Service

Application

Analysis

Products

Raw Data

PIR

PIR

Analytics

Analytics

Analytics

PIR

Outputs &

Outcomes

Service-specific PIRs

Dashboards and Reports

Dashboards and Reports

Dashboards and Reports

Recommended NIEM Information Exchange

Integrated

PIR

Core - Integrated Performance Information Repository

Required NIEM Information Exchange

PIR

Optional/Legacy – Performance Information Repository


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