I appreciate that JIRA may be considered the best of breed and that it is free
of charge to this organization, but I feel that we need to be able to take any
work that OSEHRA has done and "run it in somebody's basement" if OSEHRA does
not succeed. Using open source codes guarantees that that transition would be
possible and relatively easy to do if it becomes necessary.
I also feel that we should be supporting other open source projects by using
their applications and helping them improve them. Having an open source
The two supported environments supported by OSEHRA are Cache/Windows and GT.M/Linux. Has any thought been given to also supporting Cache/Linux? Installing Cache on Linux would be different from the Windows install, but could potentially be easier if the installFromParametersFile method is used. Loading the OSEHRA code base would be largely the same as in the Cache/Windows environment, with some allowances for file paths being different.
Colleagues, Please see link below to interesting article in the New York Times on the fast growing EPIC company and its rapidly spreading EHR system, which happens to share a MUMPS lineage with VistA.... Conrad ClyburnCommunity DevelopmentOSEHRA (Open Source EHR Agent), Inc.firstname.lastname@example.org http://www.nytimes.com/2012/01/15/business/epic-systems-digitizing-health-records-before-it-was-cool.html
January 17, 2012 OSEHRA AWG AGENDA
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This week initiates a technical take on Sir Mix A Lot’s approach: our team has adopted our product backlog! And while it’s not yet that big, it has been broken into three sections: dependency, refactoring of Problem List, and testing of Problem List. It goes without saying that it is certainly subject to revisions as we gain Lessons Learned from Problem List and start planning for future modules to refactor (again, if time permits since we near the end of our contract in September).