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Cloud-Based VistA EHR Company, iCare, Partners with ZirMed

Press Release | iCare, ZirMed | November 13, 2014

The Industry’s First Cloud-based EHR for Hospitals Partners with Progressive Technology Company to Help Enterprise-Level Healthcare Organizations Achieve Clinical and Financial Excellence Read More »

Google Joins VistA Team Proposing Open Source EHR for the Department of Defense

Google has thrown its hat into the EHR ring by joining the team led by PwC which is proposing that the Department of Defense (DoD) upgrade their current EHR to Defense Operational Readiness Health System (DORHS), a customized application built for the DoD and based on VistA, the open source EHR developed by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA)...Google’s participation has enormous implications for both the DoD’s EHR and to the healthcare industry as a whole. By choosing the open source EHR team, Google...has sent a clear message to the world that VistA is the best option for the DoD.

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High-flying entrepreneur sets sights on hospital IT

Brian Bandell | South Florida Business Journal | January 11, 2013

His task is ambitious: to convince hospitals across the nation to ditch the server-based electronic health record (EHR) systems they purchased for millions of dollars in recent years and switch to iCare’s new cloud-based EHR system, the first of its kind for hospitals. Read More »

HIMSS14: Cloud EHR Vendors Court Hospitals

David F. Carr | Information Week | February 24, 2014

Athenahealth brings care coordination app to hospitals, while startup iCare aims to take "cloud VistA" beyond academic trials. Read More »

iCare Announces General Availability of New Enterprise Cloud EHR at NHS England Expo

Press Release | iCare | March 4, 2014

iCare, the Enterprise Cloud EHR provider has announced the general availability of the company’s enterprise cloud EHR at the annual NHS England Health and Care Innovate Expo in Manchester, England. Read More »

iCare Becomes Industry’s First Enterprise Cloud EHR to be Certified for Inpatient Meaningful Use Stage 2

Press Release | iCare, Drummond Group Inc. | February 17, 2015

iCare hits historic milestone for Inpatient Meaningful Use (MU) Stage 2 Certification; becomes the industry's first unified cloud whole-hospital EHR for inpatient use and the industry’s first new enterprise EHR in the last 16 years; receives ONC-ACB Certification by Drummond Group

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iCare Introduces First Cloud-Based Enterprise EHR at 33rd Annual J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference

Press Release | iCare | January 12, 2015

iCare, founded in 2012, by Jim Riley and a focused team of EHR and cloud experts, makes its debut today at the 33rd Annual J.P. Morgan Healthcare Conference in San Francisco, CA. The company announced the general availability of the iCare Enterprise Cloud Electronic Health Record (EHR).  A new, modern approach to the EHR focusing on mid- to large- sized hospitals with a fresh alternative to traditional installed enterprise software.

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iCare to Showcase Web-Based HTML5 GUI for VistA at Military EHR Conference

Press Release | iCare | March 26, 2013

iCare releases pioneering new Graphical User Interface that would enable the Warfighter to access VistA on any device via any Web browser. Read More »

iCare: World’s Most Advanced EHR for Hospitals Unveiled at HIMSS15

Press Release | iCare | April 10, 2015

iCare, the enterprise cloud EHR company, will announce the public availability of its product to hospital leadership, industry analysts and the media at HIMSS15 April, 12-16 in Chicago.  The company’s online product launch in early January of 2015 was highlighted by the distinction of being the industry’s first enterprise cloud EHR to receive Complete Inpatient Meaningful Use Stage 2 Certification.   Read More »

Open Source Electronic Health Records For Education And Training

In spite of being very involved in the field of Health Informatics I only recently became aware of VistA for Education (VFE), which has all of the aforementioned attributes of an  excellent solution for EHR education purposes. VFE was developed as a result of a grant from the Office of the National Coordinator (ONC) to supplement the ONC Health Information Technology (HIT) curriculum. Electronic health records (EHRs) are more than just the electronic equivalent of paper-based health records. Electronic health data is easier to search, share and archive, compared to paper records. Additionally, EHRs can be embedded with clinical decision support to alert and remind physicians of patient safety and preventive medicine measures.

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OSEHRA Announces Sponsors for its 2014 Open Source Summit

Press Release | OSEHRA | August 7, 2014

The Open Source Electronic Health Record Alliance (OSEHRA) is excited to announce the confirmed sponsors for the 2014 Open Source Summit: Global Collaboration in Health IT to be held September 3-5 at the Bethesda, Maryland North Marriott Hotel and Conference Center. Read More »

OSEHRA to Exhibit at 2015 HIMSS Annual Conference

Press Release | OSEHRA | April 10, 2015

The Open Source Electronic Health Record Alliance (OSEHRA) will return as an exhibitor at the Healthcare Information and Management Society (HIMSS) Annual Conference and Exhibition from Monday, April 13 through Wednesday, April 15, 2015, in Chicago, Illinois...During the three-day conference, OSEHRA will showcase significant achievements at Booth 7530.  Attendees will learn of the successes, challenges, and lessons gained from the institutionalization of VistA within VA, the support of the domestic private sector market, and the international implementations of VistA by the UK and Jordan. 

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Power of Open Source Demonstrated by Successful Response to EHR Vulnerability

Press Release | OSEHRA | November 15, 2013

Open source collaboration has tightened the security of one of the most widely used Electronic Health Record (EHR) systems in the world. In July 2013, Georgia Tech graduate student Doug Mackey evaluated the VistA EHR for a term project on computer security. That project uncovered a significant security vulnerability, catalyzed a landmark collaboration between the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and the open source community, and created a textbook example of how the concept of open source can improve system security.

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The College of St. Scholastica Goes Live on iCare

Press Release | iCare | May 7, 2013

Over 17,000 nurses, allied health professionals and Health Information Management students to gain hands-on access to iCare for EHR training from the Center for Healthcare Innovation at The College of St. Scholastica Read More »

The Power Of Open Source Collaboration Increases VistA EHR Security

Maureen Markey | Open Source Delivers | December 2, 2013

Who would like to hear a great story about the power of open source?  I had just started working at the Open Source Electronic Health Record Agent (OSEHRA) and the concept of open source was new to me.  I had yet to be convinced of its influence and impact, when this happened… Read More »