Presentation on theme: "PCD Medical Device IT Management White Paper"— Presentation transcript:
1 PCD Medical Device IT Management White Paper Working Copy!PCD Medical Device IT Management White PaperArchitecture and Use Case ExamplesDan Trainor, John Rhoads, Axel WirthPCD MEM Working Group
2 Objective - Architecture Device ArchitectureOverall System ArchitectureCMDB/CMMS, including legacyHospital vs. Manufacturer View (peaceful coexistence)Legacy devices (does not comply to guidelines).Considerations implied in above:Looking at existing systems (CMDB/CMMS) to see what their architectural decisions were.Connected vs. Standalone Devices. Intermittent.Use mode of device (e.g. - Fixed hospital, traveling, mobile, home based, etc.
5 1. Device Architecture Notes: Technical information flow, not clinical / functional viewCallouts are examples only, not a complete listCurrently shows device metadata from device to Management System – how about the other way around?Not every device will contain all components.
6 2. Overall System Architecture (CMMS/CMDB legacy vs 2. Overall System Architecture (CMMS/CMDB legacy vs. future device management system)“The New Thing”IT CentricOS Ver.IP Addressetc.Device CentricAsset ID / UDIDescriptorMaint. Scheduleetc.CMDBCMMSTraditional CMDB (Configuration Management DataBase), IT centric for management of IT assets (servers, PC’s, etc.)Traditional CMMS (Computerized Maintenance Management System), typically manual device management databaseNote that at this point the CMDB/CMMS topic needs to be further researched (architecture, typical functionality, standards used, market adoption) to make more educated decisions on how to move forward.
7 2. Overall System Architecture (hospital – device ecosystem and types to be considered) Device CloudDevice CloudPPPPPPPPPPPPCSPL/DDDDDDDI/FDDD/TD/ID/PWorkstationStand aloneConnectedExternalWirelessIntermittentLegacySubnetProgrammermanual (?)(legacy) CMDB(legacy) CMMSWorkstationDevice Management SystemF“Filter”F
8 2. Overall System Architecture (in hospital Notes:Align terminology with existing standards, e.g. MDPnPCMDB and CMMS may be existing legacy systems (optional)Device Database – to be namedAbbreviations:D = DeviceI/F = general interface (device manager, router, firewall, gateway, etc.)CSP = Communications Service Provider (i.e. public network)L/D = Legacy DeviceD/T = Device TranslatorD/I = Device IntermediaryP = Patient-worn or managed device (e.g. implant or holter)D/P = Device ProgrammerCMDB = Configuration Management Database (traditional IT function)CMMS = Computerized Maintenance Management System (traditional CE function)F = Filter (conceptual, e.g. to separate general IT devices from medical devices)