- Protected Environment at CHPC - October 25, 1-2 pm, INSCC Auditorium (Room 110)
- Available from campus address space (requires VPN from off campus)
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Autism Research within CHPC’s Protected Environment
The Utah Autism and Developmental Disabilities Monitoring Project (UT-ADDM) headed by Deborah Bilder, M.D. and William McMahon, M.D. in the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Utah’s School of Medicine, uses CHPC’s robust protected environment that allows researchers using protected health information (PHI) to gather, process and store data, increasing user productivity and compliance. In addition to access to high performance computing power, other tangible benefits for researchers using PHI is that the CHPC handles systems management issues, such as rapid response to electrical power issues, provision of reliable cooling and heating, VPN support for a work-anywhere computing experience, and ensuring a hardened, secure environment compared to office computers or departmental servers. For the institution this resource allows much better compliance and reduces the vulnerabilities of exposure of PHI data.