#Patient-member-subgroup #donormilk update and prep for next 8/17 meeting #patient-member-subgroup #donormilk


Marissa Iannarone
 

Hi All,

A few updates regarding the donor milk use case and the agenda for our 8/17 MTG. I know the email is long, but stick with me.

Quick shout out to Benjamin and Isaac who have shown interest in becoming technical contributors to the donor milk effort - let me know how we can help you get involved.

  • "While I am aware that in more business, proprietary communities groups will get additional funding for research, Hyperledger is a purely open source platform. Similarly to project proposals and frameworks all the code developed by your group needs to be an open source initiative driven by the community and people who see value in it. While we are not able to give you developers or funding, hyperledger staff, will support you with governance, infrastructure and collaboration tools."
  • If anyone would like to discuss post POC strategy, please let me know
  • Agenda for 8/17 meeting @9AM PST
9am-9:30am: We will have a guest, Naomi Bar-Yam, Executive Director of Milk Bank NE, to answer question regarding the challenges in the current donor milk ecosystem on supply/demand visibility and traceability - Thanks to Anton Ansalmar from Rapid Healthcare for making that introduction
9:30am-10:50am: Angela Courtney, will share what she has learned so far in the early build she has done with Composer
9:50am-10am: wrap up and discuss next steps

  • Please send over your questions for Naomi by 8/14 - I will be sending Naomi questions ahead of time so that she has time to review. Here are the questions that I have collected so far from Rich, Isaac, and Benjamin:
    • What are the major challenges that donor banks are facing?
    • What are the specific issues that drive the supply chain?
    • Are there challenges with physically storing the milk in a secure manner? Is someone trying to make changes to the milk a risk?
    • How is collaboration between Non-Profit, For Profit and COOP entities in the space?
    • Do you engage at an international level with other donor organizations?
    • How do you communicate your supply to hospitals and decide where your donations go?
    • What actions are taken when contamination is detected?
    • What data are already being collected by your systems for the donations and movement of the them?
    • What legal/regulatory standards are you working with and what does the paperwork load look like to meet these requirements?

      We might not be able to address all of them with her, but I'm hoping that we can engage her for another call or she can refer us to someone else.
Have a great weekend everyone!

Cheers,
M

Marissa Iannarone
Associate with Forum Solutions LLC
phone number: +01 (360) 525 4961
email: mari.iannarone@...


A. Courtney
 

Play with the code: 
Hello everyone,
I coded up a basic milk network for us to start with. It would be great if those interested, would goto the github repo (Marissa sent the link) and check it out ( it is under my branch).You can open the network inside the composer playground in your browser. The directions are below to have it open inside your playground. Create a few traders and milk assets then complete a transaction. Check out the results, the hash and timestamps etc. and become familiar with how it works on a basic level. Moving forward, hopefully everyone can give suggestions on what functionality and additions they would like to have added to the network to make it what everyone envisions. Thanks so much!....Here are the directions to follow after you are in the repo inside my branch:
You will see the breast-milk-network.bna file. You should be able to click on the file and it should take you to a screen that has "download" on the right ( near history, above " View Raw"). Click download and it should drop the file on your computer. From there you can follow the directions that show when you hover over the words " Basic milk network created in Composer Playground " in the file list.
Have fun! Looking forward to the comments/ suggestions.

On Fri, Aug 10, 2018, 6:11 PM Marissa Iannarone <mari.iannarone@...> wrote:
Hi All,

A few updates regarding the donor milk use case and the agenda for our 8/17 MTG. I know the email is long, but stick with me.

Quick shout out to Benjamin and Isaac who have shown interest in becoming technical contributors to the donor milk effort - let me know how we can help you get involved.

  • "While I am aware that in more business, proprietary communities groups will get additional funding for research, Hyperledger is a purely open source platform. Similarly to project proposals and frameworks all the code developed by your group needs to be an open source initiative driven by the community and people who see value in it. While we are not able to give you developers or funding, hyperledger staff, will support you with governance, infrastructure and collaboration tools."
  • If anyone would like to discuss post POC strategy, please let me know
  • Agenda for 8/17 meeting @9AM PST
9am-9:30am: We will have a guest, Naomi Bar-Yam, Executive Director of Milk Bank NE, to answer question regarding the challenges in the current donor milk ecosystem on supply/demand visibility and traceability - Thanks to Anton Ansalmar from Rapid Healthcare for making that introduction
9:30am-10:50am: Angela Courtney, will share what she has learned so far in the early build she has done with Composer
9:50am-10am: wrap up and discuss next steps

  • Please send over your questions for Naomi by 8/14 - I will be sending Naomi questions ahead of time so that she has time to review. Here are the questions that I have collected so far from Rich, Isaac, and Benjamin:
    • What are the major challenges that donor banks are facing?
    • What are the specific issues that drive the supply chain?
    • Are there challenges with physically storing the milk in a secure manner? Is someone trying to make changes to the milk a risk?
    • How is collaboration between Non-Profit, For Profit and COOP entities in the space?
    • Do you engage at an international level with other donor organizations?
    • How do you communicate your supply to hospitals and decide where your donations go?
    • What actions are taken when contamination is detected?
    • What data are already being collected by your systems for the donations and movement of the them?
    • What legal/regulatory standards are you working with and what does the paperwork load look like to meet these requirements?

      We might not be able to address all of them with her, but I'm hoping that we can engage her for another call or she can refer us to someone else.
Have a great weekend everyone!

Cheers,
M

Marissa Iannarone
Associate with Forum Solutions LLC
phone number: +01 (360) 525 4961
email: mari.iannarone@...