MUMPS database

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Beyond HIT Interoperability: Open Platforms are the Key

Open platforms in health IT are inevitable. Exactly when OPEN becomes health IT’s de facto reality is impossible to determine. But we can be certain that it will happen because healthcare businesses focused on quality improvement and cost-effective care will demand it 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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EWD.js and VistA: Now With No Barriers to Entry

Over the past few weeks I’ve been busy.  Before explaining what I’ve been busy doing, I’ll start by stating my sincere thanks to Christopher Edwards (KRM Associates and Certification Manager at OSEHRA) for enhancing and extending his installer for VistA to include an option to automatically install, configure and fire up EWD.js. Read More »

FIS Releases Major Upgrade to GT.M - the Leading Open Source "NoSQL" Platform in Healthcare

Press Release | FIS Global | March 29, 2016

FIS has just released a major upgrade to GT.M. GT.M is the database of record and “NoSQL” application development & deployment platform at some of the largest real-time core-banking and electronic health record systems deployments around the world. With its source code available under a free / open source software (FOSS) license, GT.M has been downloaded over 135,000 times from its primary site, is bundled with selected applications, and can be installed on contemporary Debian/Ubuntu systems with sudo apt-get install fis-gtm.

Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare Chooses CAV Systems for QuadraMed CPR Data Extraction

Press Release | CAV Systems Ltd | November 26, 2014

CAV Systems Ltd, a leading Israeli software company, recently completed delivery of a custom “data extraction” solution for Gillette Children’s Specialty Healthcare in St. Paul, Minnesota. Gillette is a nationally and internationally recognized leader in the diagnosis and treatment of children, teens and adults who have disabilities and complex medical conditions. Read More »

North Carolina's Central Regional Hospital Rolls Out VistA For Less Than $1 Million

Central Regional Hospital, a state psychiatric and medical facility located in Butner, North Carolina, has just completed a full-scale implementation of the open source VistA electronic health record (EHR) system. The hospital, after three years of work, was able to self-implement and customize the fully-featured EHR at a cost of less than $1 million. Read More »

Oroville Hospital's CMO Discusses VistA Implementation and CPOE - Part 1

Matthew N. Fine | Russ Cucina MD, MS | November 28, 2012

On October 16, 2012, Oroville Hospital turned on the CPOE component of its EHR, becoming the first individual US hospital to successfully adapt the Veterans’ Administration’s highly regarded electronic medical records system. How did a small, 153 bed semirural California hospital serving a mostly Medicare and MediCal population arrive at this place? Read More »

Oroville Hospital's CMO Discusses VistA Implementation and CPOE - Part 2

Matthew N. Fine | Russ Cucina MD, MS | December 10, 2012

This is the second in Dr Fine’s two-part series describing Oroville Hospital‘s implementation of VistA, the open-source EHR developed by the Veterans’ Administration. In his first post, he discussed their strategic approach and initial experiences with electronic documentation. Here, he picks up with Oroville Hospital’s CPOE go-live. Read More »

OSEHRA 2014: Modernizing the VistA GUI

As we approach the 2014 OSEHRA EHR Summit, the topics of EHR Usability and EHR web enablement have become major points of discussion. This article is a quick attempt to summarize one of the key developments in this area. Sidney Tarason from Astute Semantics has produced groundbreaking prototypes for VistA that could shape the modernization effort moving forward for not just VistA, but for all EHRs based on the polymorphic MUMPS database (about 95% of all electronic health record (EHR) systems in the United States). Read More »

VistA Academy 2013 - Leading Linux Trainer to Teach Linux Classes for Open Source EHRs

Press Release | The Linux ETC Company | September 11, 2013

Crawford Rainwater, leading expert on the use of Linux as a platform for open source electronic health records (EHR) systems, will be teaching Linux Essentials and Beginning Linux Systems Administration courses during the upcoming VISTA Academy 2013 in Seattle, WA, October 18-21. The VISTA Academy is part of an extensive VISTA Expo & Symposium 2013 conference focused on the award-winning VistA EHR developed by the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA).
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VistA is Going Places, and Also Staying Put

The Veterans Health Administration's hospital software, VistA, is a computing legend. Few pieces of software have become the subject of a popular book (Best Care Anywhere), won repeated awards for their usability, or been credited with a 180-degree turn-around in an organization's quality. But VistA is getting long in the tooth, and many--including now the VA itself--are questioning whether it's time for something new.The speculations aren't just about VistA. They extend to all health care software of that generation, including the industry's leading electroinc health record (EHR) system--Epic--and the venerable Intermountain Healthcare.

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VistA's open-source extension into West Virginia

Joseph Conn | Modern Healthcare | April 29, 2013

David Elyard, a health IT coordinator in West Virginia's bureau of behavior health and health facilities, drove the winding roads of his mountainous state last week to trouble-shoot the launch of the computerized laboratory information module being added onto the predominately open-source VistA electronic health-record system... Read More »

36th VistA Community Meeting

Event Details
Type: 
Conference
Date: 
June 16, 2018 (All day) - June 18, 2018 (All day)
Location: 
George Mason University
United States

The VistA community will be gathering at George Mason University Center for Discovery Science and Health Informatics, for the 36th VistA Community Meeting (VCM). The goal of VistA Community Meetings is for those involved in the VistA Community to network & collaborate, i.e., to share ideas and work, with the objective of moving VistA & the VistA community forward.

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