The OSEHRA Architecture Work Group call scheduled for today at 4PM Eastern has been cancelled due to the ongoing WorldVistA's VistA Community Meeting.
The next call is scheduled for next Tuesday, January 19th. The agenda will be a discussion on the new Veteran-focused Integration Process (VIP) announced by VA OI&T, and its impact on the OSEHRA community.
The Medical Device Integration Adapter is intended to persist standard-based device measurements in VistA. The standard-based transactions support for the first release are: - http://www.ihe.net/Technical_Frameworks/#pcd This technical framework is based on HL7 Version 2.7 and specifies how it may be used to convey medical device measurements to a enterprise system using HL7 Version 2.7 ORU^R01 message structures over TCP/IP. If there are any questions on this specification perhaps we can address during a future call.
Alabama Medicaid is working to utilize Docker to simply and ease of installation of the popHealth application. We are expecting to test and refine the process in the next week or so in our Azure cloud. We will share the love and the details soon after we have completed the test installation.
The Office of Information and Technology (OI&T) of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA), has announced a new Veteran-focused Integration Process (VIP) to replace the Project Management Accountability System (PMAS) for the development and management of IT projects. The Veteran-focused Integration Process (VIP) is a Lean-Agile framework that services the interest of Veterans through the efficient streamlining of activities within the VA enterprise. It is designed to increase the speed of delivery of high-quality, secure IT capabilities to Veterans.