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  • Anthracite
    30 Oct 2014 - 15:58 GMT by Anthracite

    Maybe they are getting serious about this, or maybe this is just when they got
    around to it. Not a good sign that they added several vaccines at once.

    http://www2a.cdc.gov/vaccines/IIS/IISStandards/vaccines.asp?rpt=cvx

    * MVX table has had a manufacturer name updated.
    * Product name to CVX /MVX table has several new flu vaccine trade names.
    * NDC tables updated to correct GTIN values, several new vaccines were added
    and the links between unit of use and unit of sale have been updated. These
    tables should replace existing NDC tables.

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    Nancy Anthracite

  • Anthracite
    30 Oct 2014 - 10:41 GMT by Anthracite

    Here is one more potential use for Bar Codes

    http://www.cdc.gov/vaccines/programs/iis/code-sets/vis-barcode-lookup-
    table.html

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    Nancy Anthracite

  • MikeLHenderson
    28 Oct 2014 - 16:41 GMT by MikeLHenderson

    This week our scrum master, Christopher Edwards, will be on vacation, so
    our sprint review will be abbreviated. We hope to be joined by Hardhats
    member Ben Irwin who has derived an HTML tabular visualization for the
    OPTION File.

  • Kris_Prendergast
    24 Oct 2014 - 11:28 GMT by Kris_Prendergast

    We talked about promoting white papers and case studies in our marketing campaign. See this excellent white paper on VistA by DSS.

  • Anthracite
    22 Oct 2014 - 20:04 GMT by Anthracite

    Rob Tweed will be teaching an EWD.js course for 3 days immediately preceding
    the VistA Community Meeting January 13-15, 2015 at the Hotel Med Park in
    Sacramento California which is conveniently located only one block from where
    the VistA Community Meeting will be being held. The address of the hotel Med
    Park is 2356 Stockton Boulevard, Sacramento, California 95817.

    EWD.js is a framework for quick and easy development of modern,
    state-of-the-art browser-based client/server applications.

    Architecture
  • xodarap
    22 Oct 2014 - 17:44 GMT by xodarap

    Hello all,

    Hopefully this is going to the correct mailing list.

    I recently upgraded to the latest bundle provided by the kind folks working
    with project Cypress, and I'm now finding that one of the patients provided
    by Cypress seems to throw my pop health instance into an infinite loop for
    at least one measure.

    Has anyone else encountered this? More generally, how do you all go about
    debugging queries?

    2 comment(s)
  • Anthracite
    22 Oct 2014 - 12:46 GMT by Anthracite

    KS Bhaskar and Larry Landis will be teaching a 4 day GT,M Administration &
    Operations course immediately before the VistA Community Meeting, January
    12-15, 2015 at UC Davis in Sacramento at the Hotel Med Park which is
    conveniently located a block from where the VistA Community Meeting will be
    held. (Hotel Med Park Address is 2356 Stockton Boulevard, Sacramento,
    California 95817. ) Bhaskar will be teaching the core of the GT.M course and
    Larry will add the lessons learned from his VistA Linux systems administration
    experience using GT.M.

    Education
  • Anthracite
    22 Oct 2014 - 12:45 GMT by Anthracite

    KS Bhaskar and Larry Landis will be teaching a 4 day GT,M Administration &
    Operations course immediately before the VistA Community Meeting, January
    12-15, 2015 at UC Davis in Sacramento at the Hotel Med Park which is
    conveniently located a block from where the VistA Community Meeting will be
    held. (Hotel Med Park Address is 2356 Stockton Boulevard, Sacramento,
    California 95817. ) Bhaskar will be teaching the core of the GT.M course and
    Larry will add the lessons learned from his VistA Linux systems administration
    experience using GT.M.

    Architecture
  • MikeLHenderson
    22 Oct 2014 - 11:46 GMT by MikeLHenderson

    If you haven't had an opportunity to review the items in the Agile backlog
    for VIVIAN
    ,
    please do when you get a chance. We'd especially appreciate votes for
    those items you're most interested in, to help us prioritize the next few
    sprints.

    After a week off, we'll have our regularly scheduled weekly teleconference
    at 1:00 pm EDT / 10:00 am PDT Thursday, October 23.

  • Anthracite
    17 Oct 2014 - 13:29 GMT by Anthracite

    We will plan to meet as usual next week.

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    Nancy Anthracite

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