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  • shabiel
    25 Feb 2014 - 21:30 GMT by shabiel

    Output:

    Loading description QAC-2_SEQ-22_PAT-23.TXT
    Loading description PSU-4_SEQ-16_PAT-18.TXT
    Found patch PSU*4*18 in PSU-4_SEQ-16_PAT-18.KID
    Loading description PSU-4_SEQ-17_PAT-20.TXT
    Found patch PSU*4*20 in PSU-4_SEQ-17_PAT-20.KID
    Loading description PSS-1_SEQ-141_PAT-117.TXT
    Found patch PSS*1*117 in PSS-1_SEQ-141_PAT-117.KID
    Loading description PSS-1_SEQ-140_PAT-136.TXT
    Analyzing Multibuild file ARCH_PILOT_PROJECT_INCREMENT_3_0.KID
    Analyzing Multibuild file CPRS28_RELATED.KID
    Analyzing Multibuild file CPRS28_REQUIRED.KID
    Analyzing Multibuild file CPRS29_DEA_SETUP.KIDs
    Analyzing Multibui

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  • shabiel
    24 Feb 2014 - 19:25 GMT by shabiel

    Today I wrote a KIDS patch decomposer for Multi-builds.

  • Anthracite
    22 Feb 2014 - 8:57 GMT by Anthracite

    ICE is open source software that provides immunization forecasting for
    Departments of Health and for EHRs. There will be a presentation of ICE at 4
    PM Eastern next Wednesday, February 26, for the Immunization Work Group. All
    who are interested are invited to attend.

  • bdickman
    20 Feb 2014 - 16:56 GMT by bdickman

    Open Source Catching on in Government
    More government agencies are following the military's lead and using open source and open development practices to collaborate and save money.

    * URL: http://www.govtech.com/computing/Open-Source-Catching-on-in-Government.html

    Regards,

    Barry Dickman
    Senior Consultant
    703-893-6020 Ext: 379
    barry.dickman@aegis.net
    AEGIS.net, Inc.
    Powerful Results.

  • bdickman
    20 Feb 2014 - 11:13 GMT by bdickman

    OSEHRA IWG Members -

    Check out the recent article: http://fedscoop.com/va-charts-a-course-for-open-source-more-capable-infr...

    Regards,

    Barry Dickman
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    AEGIS.net, Inc.
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  • wes.turner
    18 Feb 2014 - 16:33 GMT by wes.turner

    Some insight from Hardhats that you may all like ...

    - Wes

    ---------- Forwarded message ----------
    From: Steven McPhelan
    Date: Tue, Feb 18, 2014 at 2:24 PM
    Subject: Re: [Hardhats] Re: Playing nicely in VistA: what are the rules?
    To: hardhats

    First of all these are now called Integration Control Registry or ICRs. As
    stated, the VA does not give ICRs outside of VistA as used in the VA.
    Certain vendors who have national VA contracts can get ICRs if
    appropriate.

  • petercyli
    18 Feb 2014 - 9:26 GMT by petercyli

    Due to a scheduling conflict, today's presentation - Big Data and VistA
    Evolution by Dr. Theresa Cullen, MD, CMIO, VA is cancelled. It is
    tentatively rescheduled to March 4th.

    Note that next week's meeting has been cancelled due to HIMSS 2014. Please
    join OSHERA in Orlando at HIMSS 2014
    .

    Peter Li

    Architecture
  • petercyli
    17 Feb 2014 - 13:20 GMT by petercyli

    Due to an emergency meeting, Dr. Cullen's presentation - "Big Data and VistA
    Evolution" has been cancelled for tomorrow and tentatively rescheduled to
    March 4th.

    Peter Li

    Co-Chair, OSEHRA AWG

    Architecture
  • shabiel
    16 Feb 2014 - 22:56 GMT by shabiel

    This is something I can't come up with a good solution for.

    When I load a KIDS build in, I have to load the dependencies as we'll so I
    can reference them. What if the dependency KIDS build is lost in the mists
    of time? What do I do then? Generally speaking, a lost old KIDS build is
    usually installed on destination systems, so we don't need to depend on it
    explicitly; but what if a newer KIDS build is lost?

    Sam

  • jjensen
    14 Feb 2014 - 16:48 GMT by jjensen

    It took 3 weeks to actually make this presentation, but it covers a topic that should be of great interest to anyone concerned with patient and patient data safety in the healthcare setting. Last month, the ONC published a series of guides to assist provider organizations in successfully deploying the EHR of their choice.

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