Dr. Collmann is a Professor of Microbiology & Immunology at Georgetown University Medical Center. He is also the Director O'Neill Institute for National and Global Health Law.
- PhD, University of Adelaide, Australia, 1980
- At Georgetown Since: 1991
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- J Collmann, “Beyond Good Practice: why HIPAA does not answer all security questions”, Special session, CARS 2004, Chicago, IL, June 2004
- J Collmann, J Coleman, K Sostrom and W Wright, “Organizing Safety: the conditions for successful information assurance programs”, Journal of Telemedicine and eHealth, Vol 10, Number 3, Fall 2004.
- Jeff Collmann, Ph.D., Adil Alaoui, M.S., Dan Nguyen, M.D., and David Lindisch, R.T., “Safe Teleradiology: Information Assurance as Project Planning Methodology”, Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association, 2005; 12: 84-89.
- Jeff Collmann, “Assessing information security risk in dual-use health information systems”, CARS 2005, Berlin, Germany, June 2005
- Jeff Collmann, Ted Cooper B Demster, M Downey, S McCullough, K MacDonald, S Odneal, J Reiners, The CPRI Toolkit: Managing Information Security in Health Care, Editions 1-5
- J Collmann, T Cooper, & K Sostrom, “HIPAA Data Security: guidelines for organizational development in health information assurance” in B Reiner & E Siegel, eds, The Electronic Archive, SCAR Primer 2, Society for Computer Applications in Radiology, May 2001
- Ted Cooper & Jeff Collmann, “Managing Information Security and Privacy in Health Care Data Mining” In “Advances in Medical Informatics: Knowledge Management and Data Mining in Biomedicine, editors, Hsinchun Chen, Sherri Fuller, Carol Friedman, and William Hersh