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28th VistA Community Meeting January 17-19, 2014 Hosted by the UC Davis School of Medicine

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  • VistA Community Meeting
When Jan 17, 2014 08:00 AM to
Jan 19, 2014 05:00 PM
Where UC Davis, Sacramento Campus, Sacramento, California
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Contact Phone (240) 793-7436 ; 240-246-0123
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28th VistA Community Meeting, January 17-19, 2014 

 UC Davis, Sacramento Campus, Sacramento, California

"Connecting people who are serious about VistA"

Sponsors:

 

 UCDavisLogo2   

   

 FIS Logo 2014  DSSlogo2 OrovilleLogo2

Registration

 

 Click here to register.


Lodging Information

Hotel Name Address Phone Transportation Notes
Courtyard Marriott Sacramento, Midtown

4422 Y Street,
Sacramento, CA
95817
1.800.MARRIOTT (1-800-627-7468)
Maps/Directions
Registration code for the reduced rate is WorldVistA Community Meeting. Rate will be $119 per night. Cutoff date to register is December 31 and after that it will be honored if space is available.  Internet and parking are complimentary.  No airport transportation.  It is a 2 min walk to the medical school (where the Blaisdell Medical Library is on Google maps.  The Marriott has a red roof). 

Two courses will be offered for the three days before the meeting. Contact nancy at WorldVistA dot Org if you have questions. The courses are:

 

Infrastructure configuration of FOIA VistA from scratch - Sam Habiel - January 14-16th - Registration Link:

https://www.regonline.com/vistaconfigVCM28


EWD.js  - Rob Tweed - January 14-16th - Registration Link:

https://www.regonline.com/ewdvcm28sacramento2014

 

 About the 26th VistA Community Meeting

The goal of VistA Community Meetings is for those involved in the VistA Community to network & collaborate, i.e., to share ideas and work, with the objective of moving VistA & the VistA community forward. 

Compared to most meetings, VistA Community Meetings are relatively unstructured.  The agenda is always a draft agenda, because attendees are free to change it – even during the meeting – in order to  better meet their objectives. VistA Community Meetings were originally almost exclusively technical meetings.  Over time, the balance shifted, so that although there are technical presentations, there are more discussions on other aspects, including implementation, support, demonstration, education, training, and community collaboration.

Please come prepared to introduce yourself and discuss your interest in and work with VistA as talking with the other attendees at the meeting is a least half of the reason to come to the meetings.  If you wish to present material, please contact nancy@worldvista.org.  If you think you might decide to present something at the last minute, bring your presentation with you as things can be added to the agenda at the last minute.  Also, we encourage you to bring your laptop to the meeting with you.  It seems like there is always someone who regrets not having brought it so they can install VistA or try the latest and greatest software while they are at the meeting.

Acknowledgments

We would like to express our appreciation to UC Davis School of Medicine, Sacramento for hosting the meeting.

Location of the Meeting 

 The meeting is in the Medical Education building on the Sacramento Campus of UC Davis and the rooms are on the heading of the schedule.  Here is a link to a map showing where that building is located. 

   Map showing the Medical Education Building

 Speakers

Hotel Name Address Phone Transportation Notes
Speaker Topic                   


K.S.Bhaskar, FIS
Introducing InfoHub - a new application running on GT.M.
GT.M Update -  interesting new functionality that will be     released before the VCM
Moving VistA Forward: A Modest Proposal
Mike Henderson, Director, Open Source Product Management, OSEHRA
OSEHRA Product Management
Denise Lefevre, CIO, Oroville Hospital
OSEHRA Product Management
Patrick Redington, VA Developer, Reminders
Reminders Update including ICD10 for Reminders (1/17)
Alan Montgomery, VA National Support for Reminders
Reminders Update including ICD10 for Reminders (1/17)
Alberto Odor, Associate Adjunct Professor, UC Davis School of Nursing
Use of VistA in Masters Classes at UC Davis
Matthew King, Staff Physician, North Carolina Central Regional Hospital DIY Open Source VistA: Should you do it? How can you do it? What is the business case?

Choosing an EHR- A Cost/Feature Comparison Model
Chris Casey, Developer
Taking VistA to the UK - EWD GUI for UK use with Medsphere's OpenVista
Robert Silverman
Class 3 Lab Enhancement for Pharmacy - CPRS Lab Display Project - January 19th (not at 12:30 Central)
Rick Marshall- VISTA Expertise Network
Fileman 22.2 FLAP project
OSEHRA Forum
Jim Bell, Retired VA Developer
GUI Registration; Patient Kiosk
Marine Koshkakaryan.  Parsons Institute for Information Mapping (PIIM), member  HP Community Scheduling Submission Team, Project Manager for the Parsons Institute contribution and Developer
Hewlett Packard, et. al., Third PlaceScheduling Contest Solution

http://hdl.handle.net/10909/98 - Saturday

Robert Wentz, CEO, Oroville Hospital
Obamacare: a providers prospective.  An opportunity for VistA and private sector Hospitals (Friday)
Zach Gonzales, Oroville Hospital
Oroville Hospital's Second Place Scheduling Contest Solution
Jannette Abouzied, MedRed; Ryan Lehman, BT; Rick Marshall, VEN
MedRed's Scheduling Contest First Place Winning Scheduling Solution (Saturday)
Sam Habiel
RxNorm Package
Enhanced XML Package
Unit Testing your code
TCP/IP in Mumps and using TLS
MUMPS Web Services: Automated Installer and Development of new Services
Solutions for Medication Order Checks outside of the VA other than MOCHA
Seong Ki Mun, CEO OSEHRA
OSEHRA Update - Saturday
Christopher Edwards - OSEHRA
Using Vagrant to install and test VistA.

VistA Product Visualization Tool (will be scheduled near Product Management Talk)


Theresa Cullen - CMIO VHA Department of Veterans Affairs, Director, Health Informatics
TBA - Not on Friday
Joel Mewton - Bitscopic, Inc.

Introducing Downstream, Open Source Software for Flexible and Scalable Vista Data Extractions - Saturday

Payam Etminani - Bitscopic, Inc.

Introducing Downstream, Open Source Software for Flexible  and Scalable Vista Data Extractions - Saturday

Dave Whitten
HL7
Extracting Reports from VistA with Fileman
Update on Technical Details of Implementing VistA in North Carolina
Howard Hays - CIO IHS Informal discussion about Meaningful Use Stage 2 Certification - probably Saturday
Jayson Hawsey - VA Developer
CPRS Update - Friday afternoon
Kenny Condie - VA Developer
CPRS Update - Friday afternoon
Joseph Dal Molin - E-cology
Update on VistA in the United Kingdom and the NHS England Open Source program
Stephen Oxley - CMO, Central Regional Hospital
VistA Implementation at Central Regional Hospital: A Status Report
Implementation and Maintenance of Inpatient VistA: Who Does What
Clinical Decision Support in VistA: Clinical Reminders and Beyond
Shelley Weems - Department of Veterans Affairs
ICD 10 for VistA
Rob Tweed - EWD Gateway
VistA: a first-class citizen in the JSON-centric future of Health IT

Dave Hill - Mitre Corporation
VistA Novo
Roger Maduro - OpenHealthNews
VistA Report (Sunday)







                 

Agenda

 

 

Time
January 17



Day 1 Friday, January 18, 2013
                                     

Room 2222  -


07:30 Doors Open


8:00
ICD 10 Update - Shelley Weems - Tentative slot - likely to move

9:00

Reminders Update & PCE discussion and how it all relates to Meaningful Use Part 2 - Patrick Redington, Alan Montgomery & George Lilly



9:45
Break Sponsored by Oroville Hospital - North 3rdf Floor Foyer


10:15
Robert Wentz - Obamacare: a providers prospective.  An opportunity for VistA and private sector Hospitals


11:00 CPRS Update -  Jason Hawsey


11:45 Lunch Sponsored by Oroville Hospital - North 3rdf Floor Foyer



Afternoon session at the Marriott Hotel (Diagonally Across from the  Medical School) - Camellia Room



13:00 Paul Tibbits on behalf of Stephen Warren


13:45 Class 3 Lab Enhancement for Pharmacy - CPRS Lab Display Project  - Rob Silverman


14:30 Coffee Break Sponsored by Oroville Hospital - Marriott Hotel

 

14:45 Anthony Puleo - Update Healtcare Management Platform

15:30 OSEHRA Product Management - Denise Lefevre, Mike Henderson & Christopher Edwards


16:15 OSEHRA Product Management - Denise Lefevre, Mike Henderson & Christopher Edwards (Cont.)


16:00



16:45







Day 2 Saturday, January 18, 2013


Time Room 1222 Room 3225A & 3225B
Room 3228A & 3228B
08:00
Introduction of Attendees


08:45
Seong Ki Mun - OSEHRA CEO


09:30
Scheduling Contest 3rd Place Winner -  HP Consortium - Marine Koshkakaryan
VistA Implementation at Central Regional Hospital: A Status Report - Steve Oxley
10:15
Break Sponsored by  DSS - North 3rd Floor Foyer         


10:30 Theresa Cullen - CMIO, VHA,  Department of Veterans Affairs, Director, Health Informatics


11:15 Howard Hays - CIO IHS - Meaningful Use Testing Debriefing


12:00

Lunch Sponsored by DSS - North 3rd Floor Foyer



13:15 Scheduling Contest 2nd Place Winner - Oroville Hospital -Zach Gonzales  (tentative)


14:00
Scheduling Contest First Place Winner - MedRed - Jannette Abouzied (remote), Ryan Lehman, Neal Stein, Rick Marshall
Clinical Decision Support in VistA: Clinical Reminders and Beyond - Stephen Oxley

14:45

Break Sponsored by DSS - North 3rd Floor Foyer



15:00 Joseph Dal Molin - Update on VistA in the United Kingdom HL7 - David Whitten
15:45 Taking VistA to the UK - Chris Casey

16:30
Introducing Downstream, Open Source Software for Flexible and Scalable Vista Data Extractions - Joel Mewton & Payam Etminani - Bitscopic, Inc





Day 3 Sunday,  January 19, 2013


Time Room 1222 Room 3225A & 3225B Room 3228A & 3228B
08:15
Moving VistA Forward: A Modest Proposal - KS Bhaskar
GUI Registration and Patient Kiosk - Jim Bell

09:00 VistA: a first-class citizen in the JSON-centric future of Health IT - Rob Tweed
RxNorm Package &
Enhanced XML Package - Sam Habiel
Robust Hashing (as in for Access and Verify Codes) - JohnLeo Zimmer
09:45 OSEHRA Forum - Rick Marshall GT.M Update - Bhaskar

10:30 Break Sponsored by FIS-GT.M - North 3rd Floor Foyer     reak Sponsored by FIS-GT.M - North 3rd Floor Foyer                 Break Sponsored by FIS-GT.M - North 3rd Floor Foyer               
10:45 Use of VistA in Masters Classes at UC Davis
VistA Novo - David Hill
11:30

DIY Open Source VistA: Should you do it? How can you do it? What is the business case? - Matt King

MUMPS Web Services: Automated Installer and Development of new Services - Sam Habiel Fileman FLAP Project - Rick Marshall
12:15 Lunch Sponsored by FIS-GT.M - North 3rd Floor Foyer
Lunch Sponsored by FIS-GT.M - North 3rd Floor Foyer Lunch Sponsored by FIS-GT.M - North 3rd Floor Foyer
13:00 Using Vagrant to install and test VistA. - Christopher Edwards Update on Technical Details of Implementing VistA in North Carolina - Dave Whitten
Clinical Quality Measure Value Sets for Reminders Taxonomies - George Lilly
13:45
VistA Intake - Chris Rhodes
Extracting Reports from VistA with Fileman - Dave Whitten
14:30 Break Sponsored By FIS-GT.M - North 3rd Floor Foyer
Break Sponsored By FIS-GT.M
Break Sponsored by FIS-GT.M
14:45
Infohub - KS Bhaskar VistA Report - Roger Maduro
15:30 EWD Hackers Report of Progress During the Meeting - Rob Tweed, et al.


16:15 Solutions for Medication Order Checks outside of the VA other than MOCHA - Sam Habiel