The Advanced Computing Center (ACC) is a fee-for-service group that provides data and computational services for computing needs not met by enterprise IT offerings and that have no direct patient care dependencies.
OCTRI's Informatics program provides consultations, access to EHR/Epic data in the Research Data Warehouse, a cohort discovery tool, other Epic-based research services, and custom software and database development.
ITG provides GitHub Enterprise to OHSU users at no charge as part of the GitHub Campus program. This application is hosted in OHSU's datacenter and is approved for all OHSU source code development projects, including Protected Health Information (PHI), but is primarily intended for academic and research purposes and is not for bulk data storage.
Microsoft Teams with SharePoint Online is OHSU members' primary cloud storage solution for team-, project-, or department-owned files. It centralizes management of collectively-owned content, ensuring no single individual owns the team's content. It is HIPAA- and FERPA-compliant.
Research Data Storage provides long-term, large-scale, secure storage housed at two physical locations which provide optimal data replication and redundancy. It is provided in partnership by ACC and ITG.
Dropbox is a cloud file storage option, available by request only, offered in addition to Microsoft OneDrive – OHSU members’ primary individual cloud storage solution. Like OneDrive, Dropbox can also be used to store personal work files and to collaborate with internal OHSU colleagues and those external to OHSU. It is HIPAA- and FERPA-compliant.
ArcGIS is an interactive mapping tool that enables you to connect people, locations and data using interactive maps. OHSU has provisioned an enterprise license for ArcGIS that is available to faculty, staff and students.
REDCap (Research Electronic Data Capture) is a secure, reliable, versatile and feature-rich web application for building and managing HIPAA- and IRB-compliant online surveys and databases. Researchers can create and design surveys in a web browser and engage potential respondents using a variety of notification methods. Provided by OCTRI.
Tableau is an application designed to connect to many different data resources for the purpose of creating meaningful graphs and charts and present them in reports or dashboards. This link describes Tableau licensing options available to OHSU members facilitated by OHSU's Business Intelligence community.