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Re: [certification] Obtaining Testing Code

Bob, Thanks for letting us know. We hope that we can get better penetration of git, but it may turn out that we will need to explore additional mechanisms for delivering content. - Wes On Wed, Jun 6, 2012 at 7:55 PM, rbrown567 wrote: > Turns out our IT department has blocked the use of git on our network. I > was able to clone the repository on my home computer. > -- > Full post: http://www.osehra.org/wiki/obtaining-testing-code > Manage my subscriptions: > http://www.osehra.org/og_mailinglist/subscriptions > Stop emails for this post:

NASA, State Department and Veteran Affairs Innovation Initiative (VAi2) Host Open Source Summit

Colleagues,

As announced by NASA ... NASA, State Department and the Veterans Affairs Innovation Initiative (VAi2) will host the second Open Source Summit, to advance the use of open source software in government.  Registration is under way for the event which will be held June 20-21 at the Robert H. Smith School of Business at the University of Maryland in College Park, Md ...

Lean Startup "Business Models" in Government

 

Colleagues,

See excellent video from this year's South By Southwest (SXSW 2012) of Todd Park, U.S., Chief Technology Officer (CTO). 

The video, from March 2012, illustrates Todd's passion for "data liberation", the unleashing of lean "business models" in government, and his excitement for health informatics.

As you may know, Todd is a founder of AthenaHealth, Castlight and Healthpoint.

Highly recommended!

Re: [architecture] A conversation about complexity and health care with Bob Frankston, co-inventor of the spreadsheet

We call it a banquet, but people are walking out of a meeting where they are wearing shirts and slacks going right to the "banquet". -- Nancy Anthracite On Monday, June 04, 2012, Gerry Higgins wrote: > Tom- > > I got roped into attending this banquet at George Mason by my wife. Why > $50? Does this require a tuxedo, because I am pretty much an over-the-hill > geek who looks at large computer monitors all day, performing NGS variant > analysis...not your typical DC type, more like a mixture of La Jolla, CA

iEHR Pharmacy RFI -- IS THERE AN OPEN SOURCE SOLUTION?

You are encouraged to bid individually or we can form an Open Source consortium through OSEHRA CALL FOR INTEREST & PARTICIPATION: The iEHR program will be issuing Requests for Information (RFIs) in June on Laboratory, Pharmacy and Immunization. Requests for Proposals (RFPs) will be issues around labor day. Immunization Management seems to be a perfect opportunity for the Open Source Community, including interested VA developers, to come together with repurposed VistA, CHCS and other Open Source alternatives to a purely commercial solution to

iEHR Pharmacy RFI Solution --> OPEN SOURCE RESPONSE?

You are encouraged to bid individually or we can form an Open Source consortium

CALL FOR INTEREST & PARTICIPATION: The iEHR program will be issuing Requests for Information (RFIs) in June on Laboratory, Pharmacy and Immunization. Requests for Proposals (RFPs) will be issues around labor day. Immunization Management seems to be a perfect opportunity for the Open Source Community, including interested VA developers, to come together with repurposed VistA, CHCS and other Open Source alternatives to a purely commercial solution to iEHR capabilities/ applications.

Tools for DD( comparisons

Has anyone came up with any tools for doing comparisons of the Data Dictionaries of the various implementations of VistA?  Checksums seem to be a simple thing to compare.

I've been toying with something to produces checksums on the DD nodes, using depth first recursive decent.   I'm not sure what is 'sufficient' and what eventually becomes just too much information.  For example:

  - a Checksum on the entire file.

  - a Checksum on each field in the file

  - a Checksum on each XREF on each field

RE: OSEHRA AWG WG Telecom 4PM EDT Today (Tuesday) 5 Jun CANCELLED due to VistA conference

We plan to cancel the AWG meeting this Tuesday due to the VistA Community Conference at George Mason University from today till Wednesday. From: Stephen Hufnagel [mailto:hufnagels@OSEHRA.org] Sent: Tuesday, May 29, 2012 10:05 AM To: 'architecture@groups.osehra.org' Subject: OSEHRA AWG WG Telecom 4PM EDT Today (Tuesday) 29 May Weekly Open-Source EHR - Architecture Work Group (AWG) Telecom May 29, 2012 OSEHRA AWG AGENDA-MINUTES Last Updated 9 AM EDT, 29-May-12 DATE & TIME: Every Tuesday 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM EDT CALL IN: The new AWG Dial-in: 1-800-704-9804, Access Code: 23395766

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