IIAM Health Solutions
A cloud-based, secure file-exchange service for medical records
An Overview of IIAM
Founded in 2021, IIAM (Important Information About Me) is a desktop software enabling physicians to 1) request medical information from other healthcare providers, 2) keep track of their requests to ensure a closed-loop referral process, 3) upload information to complete requests made by other providers, and 4) download any received information to their workstation. The IIAM software will enable the efficient transfer of official medical documentation and imaging among healthcare providers, saving an immense amount of time, finances, and energy.
IIAM will be used most commonly in the case of patients with complex medical conditions, who often receive care from multiple healthcare centers and receive referrals to specialists. The use of IIAM in such situations prevents excessive resources from being used on obtaining “outside” medical documentation and collateral imaging with each referral and new patient encounter.
Throughout IIAM’s journey, numerous individuals have provided their vision and leadership to the project. We are all proud to be part of the IIAM team and excited to make this dream real.
Submit requests for patient information to other healthcare providers
Keep track of request status and view files uploaded by other providers
Ease of Use
IIAM is designed with an intuitive and uncluttered user interface. This will enable healthcare providers to master the software quickly and integrate it into their daily patient care workflow.
IIAM enables users to request information from other healthcare providers as well as respond to requests for information submitted by other providers. Users can keep track of files using the Document Status and Task List pages.
IIAM takes patient privacy seriously. All medical data is securely stored on HIPAA-compliant web servers. All users must successfully pass a two-factor authentication prior to accessing any data stored within the software.
The IIAM Team
Alec H. Hoon, MD, MPH
Dr. Alec Hoon is a subspecialty trained pediatrician, clinical researcher, and Director of the Phelps Center for Cerebral Palsy and Neurodevelopmental Medicine at the Kennedy Krieger Institute. He obtained his medical degree from the University of Pittsburgh in 1978 and completed a pediatrics residency at Kosair-Children’s Hospital. He subsequently completed fellowships in neonatology, medical genetics, and neurodevelopmental disabilities. In 1990 he joined the faculty at Kennedy Krieger, where he continues to practice medicine. Dr. Hoon has over 30 years of clinical experience in neurodisabilities and has done extensive research in the fields of cerebral palsy and neuroimaging. He is involved in providing care and advocating for individuals with disabilities. During his free time, Dr. Hoon enjoys spending time with his wife Cindy Starr and family, including three grandsons.
Max Jiam is a current undergraduate student at the Carnegie Mellon University, majoring in computer science with a machine learning concentration. Prior to joining IIAM, he has worked on several mobile user interfaces as side projects, such as the dashboard for the TartanHacks hackathon and the Mites.io mobile interface. In his free time, he hangs out with friends, goes on walks around Pittsburgh, and satiates his obsession with boba tea.
Nicole T. Jiam, MD
Dr. Nicole Jiam is an otolaryngology – head and neck surgery resident at the University of California San Francisco. She completed her undergraduate and medical studies at the Johns Hopkins University. Her work on IIAM has received widespread recognition, and she has been recognized as a 2021 UCSF Catalyst Award winner and a 2021 Blackstone LaunchPad fellow. In her free time, she enjoys attending live music events and operas, playing with her two dogs, and grilling on the Green Egg.
Kevin Z. Xin, MD
Dr. Kevin Xin is a diagnostic radiology resident at the University of California Irvine. He completed his undergraduate degree in biomedical engineering at the Johns Hopkins University. Afterwards, he attended medical school at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. His interests include machine learning and technology transfer. Since joining the IIAM team, Kevin has helped develop the software's front-end. Outside of work, Kevin enjoys travelling and cross-country running.
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