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Some excellent background information

There are some really interesting differences between MUMPS/VISTA and other database languages/systems. In looking around for good, accessible information, I came across a few webinars given by Greg Kreis of Pioneer Data Systems, which are available at the vxVista.org community site.

I highly recommend "VistA Foundations" and "Introducing MUMPS".

They are well worth the time!

 

 

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Next Generation Systems

The key health information technologies (IT) to be deployed by health care provider organizations in the U.S. over the next decade include standards-based Electronic Health Record (EHR) systems interconnected via Health Information Exchange (HIE) networks. Medical imaging will be key component of these systems. In addition, Personal Health Record (PHR) systems, mobile health apps (mHealth), and social health networks will be widely used by the end of the decade. Many of these have already been done by the VA and are a part of the existing VistA architecture and activities.

Al's Intro

Hi,

My Name is Al; I am a senior software engineer with experience and passion to SOA. I work and live in Australia.

I have exchanged few emails with Steve, then I have joined the Architecture Work Group, and I hope to contribute and learn from this.

Thank you

Al

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