HEALTHBOARD GUI

 

Funded by JPC-1 and administered through the Telemedicine and Advanced Technology Research Center (TATRC), HealthBoard is a visual GUI dashboard that is designed to improve better patient care through better design. Consisting of two portals—the patient portal and the provider portal—HealthBoard will serve both communities through better information.  HealthBoard is designed to complement existing, open-source EMR solutions by providing a streamlined, easy-to-use GUI presentation layer that can be implemented by developers.

The prototype and designs are developed to allow active duty military personnel the ability to interact with their own personal health information and electronic medical records, and healthcare providers with better access to patients and their decisions. By integrating information design principles HealthBoard provides users with enhanced and streamlined access to information, making it less intimidating and easier to understand the impacts of decisions on health outcomes.

HealthBoard is not a stand-alone EMR system, but rather a presentation layer GUI.  HealthBoard can be used by EMR developers either completely or in a modular fashion as an enhanced presentation layer. Guidance documents are included, thereby assisting in the adoption of good design principles by developers easier.   HealthBoard was driven by consultations with the Walter Reed National Military Medical Center (WRNMMC) towards enabling the Patient-Centered Medical Home environment.

Group Email: 

healthboard@groups.osehra.org
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Entity Mapper for Qualitative Data Visualization Released - Demo 04/10/14

Hi All,

We're happy to announce the release of the Entity Mapper - an open source project for qualitative data visualization!

The Entity Mapper provides a way for researchers to visualize qualitative, coded data through node-and-link relationships, and helps to identify relationships in data that may not have been otherwise readily apparent.  

Update on HealthBoard GUI as applied during the VA Scheduling Challenge

Hi All,

For those of you who have been following the VA Scheduling Challenge, you may be aware that it was recently announced that the HP Open Community Team won 3rd place!   The team and approach was largely the brainchild of Ken Rubin and cobbled together a number of participants from the OSEHRA user community and beyond.  A major part of our contribution at Parsons was the HealthBoard GUI, which was repurposed for the challenge by our designers and engineers to provide a more user-friendly approach to the VA's current medical scheduling system.  

Visualizing worldwide installations of VistA

Working with data provided by Open Health News we developed a visualization of the worldwide installations of VistA.  The visualization was developed using Google's WebGL Globe open platform.  To view the visualization you'll need to use an updated version of Chrome, Safari or Firefox.  The visualization will not work in Internet Explorer.  To view the visualization, go to http:/

Pictures from the OSEHRA Summit

In the spirit of "openness", I took a collection of pictures throughout the OSEHRA event, all of which are available for download at no cost.  (BTW, I have a lot of pictures of participants in addition to the speakers).

You will find them on my website at http://www.kenrubinphotography.com    Look at the "Featured" albums.

To download, select the images you like from the OSEHRA event and choose "Buy".  You will not be charged.

Comments welcomed and appreciated.

Open Source Summit v3.0

Hello All,

For those of you who may not be aware of this upcoming conference, I thought I'd pass the word as it looks very relevant to some fo the ongoing discussions in and around OSEHRA's activities.

The Open Source Summit v3.0: Communities is an event that works to enhance "government understanding of open source software, hardware, and data communities - how they function, how to engage existing communities, and how to establish new ones."  Best of all, the conference is free, but starts tomorrow - 

http://ossummit.org/

- Chris

 

Patient Portal Finalists for New York State Announced

The finalists for the Patient Portal for New Yorkers - a recent challenge, were announced:

http://patientportalfornewyorkers.org/voting/voting/nyec-voting/

Unfortunately we heard about this a bit to late to participate - but there's some interesting design work in the selected examples.  For more on the portal, see http://patientportalfornewyorkers.org/what-is-the-portal.php

- Chris

The Visual Dashboard and Heads-up Display of Patient Records: Assessment Volume - A New Submission to OSEHRA Technical Journal

The Visual Dashboard and Heads-up Display of Patient Records: Assessment Volume, Ina A., Yoshida S., Limphongpand P., Yi A., Hur S., Bendersky D., Pedrini N., Kang J., Goranson C., Parsons Institute for Informatin Mapping, of The New School

This document summarizes the results from the formal usability testing conducted on HealthBoard. HealthBoard is an open-source presentation layer designed for use in the Patient Centered Medical Home environment.

Entity Mapper for Qualitative Data Visualization Released - Demo 04/10/14

Hi All,

We're happy to announce the release of the Entity Mapper - an open source project for qualitative data visualization!

The Entity Mapper provides a way for researchers to visualize qualitative, coded data through node-and-link relationships, and helps to identify relationships in data that may not have been otherwise readily apparent.  

Update on HealthBoard GUI as applied during the VA Scheduling Challenge

Hi All,

For those of you who have been following the VA Scheduling Challenge, you may be aware that it was recently announced that the HP Open Community Team won 3rd place!   The team and approach was largely the brainchild of Ken Rubin and cobbled together a number of participants from the OSEHRA user community and beyond.  A major part of our contribution at Parsons was the HealthBoard GUI, which was repurposed for the challenge by our designers and engineers to provide a more user-friendly approach to the VA's current medical scheduling system.  

Visualizing worldwide installations of VistA

Working with data provided by Open Health News we developed a visualization of the worldwide installations of VistA.  The visualization was developed using Google's WebGL Globe open platform.  To view the visualization you'll need to use an updated version of Chrome, Safari or Firefox.  The visualization will not work in Internet Explorer.  To view the visualization, go to http:/

Pictures from the OSEHRA Summit

In the spirit of "openness", I took a collection of pictures throughout the OSEHRA event, all of which are available for download at no cost.  (BTW, I have a lot of pictures of participants in addition to the speakers).

You will find them on my website at http://www.kenrubinphotography.com    Look at the "Featured" albums.

To download, select the images you like from the OSEHRA event and choose "Buy".  You will not be charged.

Comments welcomed and appreciated.

Open Source Summit v3.0

Hello All,

For those of you who may not be aware of this upcoming conference, I thought I'd pass the word as it looks very relevant to some fo the ongoing discussions in and around OSEHRA's activities.

The Open Source Summit v3.0: Communities is an event that works to enhance "government understanding of open source software, hardware, and data communities - how they function, how to engage existing communities, and how to establish new ones."  Best of all, the conference is free, but starts tomorrow - 

http://ossummit.org/

- Chris

 

Patient Portal Finalists for New York State Announced

The finalists for the Patient Portal for New Yorkers - a recent challenge, were announced:

http://patientportalfornewyorkers.org/voting/voting/nyec-voting/

Unfortunately we heard about this a bit to late to participate - but there's some interesting design work in the selected examples.  For more on the portal, see http://patientportalfornewyorkers.org/what-is-the-portal.php

- Chris

The Visual Dashboard and Heads-up Display of Patient Records: Assessment Volume - A New Submission to OSEHRA Technical Journal

The Visual Dashboard and Heads-up Display of Patient Records: Assessment Volume, Ina A., Yoshida S., Limphongpand P., Yi A., Hur S., Bendersky D., Pedrini N., Kang J., Goranson C., Parsons Institute for Informatin Mapping, of The New School

This document summarizes the results from the formal usability testing conducted on HealthBoard. HealthBoard is an open-source presentation layer designed for use in the Patient Centered Medical Home environment.

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HealthBoard GUI Design Volume Released (Streamlined) - Patient and Provider Portals

Hello All,

We're happy to announce the release of the final GUI design volume for the HealthBoard presentation layer.  Due to file size restrictions, we've pared down the full GUI Design Volume for the patient and provider portals until we can post on our website in its entirety.  In any case, this will be a handy reference when reviewing other design assets (icon sets, wireframes, etc.) to be released shortly.

Special thanks to TATRC for making this work possible - questions, comments?  Please feel free to add them to the OSEHRA HealthBoard group.

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