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Emerging GIS Map of Healthcare Sites Using VistA EHR Systems

Open Health News has been building a database of all healthcare sites that have installed or are using any of the variants of the open source VistA Electronic Health Record (EHR) System, e.g. VA VistA, Medsphere OpenVistA, vxVistA, WorldVistA, RPMS, etc.  Using the growing database, OHNews has created a GIS map of the sites. There are still about 400+ sites yet to be added from India, Jordan, Mexico, the USA and other countries. Read More »

Case Study: MD Anderson Successfully Implements Tools to Migrate Clinical Research Data from MUMPS to Oracle

The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center has successfully completed the initial stages of a major migration of their MUMPS-based Clinical Trials Databases to Oracle as one of the critical stages in MD Anderson’s multiyear eResearch project to modernize management of Clinical Trials. The MD Anderson Cancer Center chose CAV Systems' Evolve Suite to carry out the migration. The institutions have produced a case study outlining the background and results of this extraordinary project. Read More »

CAV Systems Announces Relational Database Replicator for FileMan MUMPS Databases

Press Release | CAV Systems | November 6, 2014

CAV Systems Ltd, a leading Israeli software company, recently completed development of FileMan Replicator, a software solution that creates and continuously updates a relational database replica of MUMPS databases, either Caché or GT.M,  that are managed by the FileMan Database Management System. Read More »

CAV Systems Ltd Rebrands and Expands Product Suite

Press Release | CAV Systems, Ltd. | September 28, 2012

CAV Systems Ltd...has announced the Evolve Suite of data-mapping and migration tools for MUMPS users seeking a convenient and effective way to work with their data in relational environments while still retaining the many benefits of their production systems. Originally developed to satisfy the growing number of requests from CAV Systems’ own customers, the Evolve Suite is now available to address similar needs for the MUMPS community at large. In particular, the two leading implementations of MUMPS in the market today, Caché from InterSystems Corporation and GT.M from FIS, are fully supported. Read More »

Enhancements Minimize Data Latency at MD Anderson Cancer Center Data Vault

Press Release | CAV Systems LTD | June 16, 2014

CAV Systems Ltd...has recently completed a major enhancement of Evolve Suite – the company’s “relational from MUMPS” data mapping and migration tools – for The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center, Office of Protocol Research (OPR). Prior to the enhancements, even with the benefits of the Evolve Data Migrator, the transfer of data from the PDMS system sitting on a legacy VAX/VMS platform to the Data Vault was a lengthy process involving multiple platforms. With the completion of the enhancements, the “freshness” of the Clinical Trials data in the Data Vault is now determined by the needs of the users of the Data Vault rather than the operational constraints of the multi-platform data extraction process.

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Java from MUMPS (JUMPS) used in data migration project for Clinical Trials Project

Press Release | CAV Systems | May 22, 2012

CAV Systems Ltd, a leading Israeli software company has been selected by The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center to map and migrate the Clinical Trials Databases managed by the Office of Protocol Research (OPR) from the current MUMPS system to Oracle as one of the critical stages in MD Anderson’s multiyear eResearch project to modernize management of Clinical Trials. With more than 4,000 clinical studies being administered annually, the current in-house developed system – the Protocol Data Management System (PDMS) – is being phased out and replaced by commercial software products.

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VistA, AHLTA, CHCS: An Evolving Alternative Roadmap to the Future

Thinking outside the box - A proposed alternative approach to help move the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) and Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) in a common direction with regard to the future of their clinical IT systems, i.e. VistA, AHLTA, CHCS. Read More »