Posts Tagged ‘emr

March 16th will mark one year since we generated our first formal wireframe comp for what has now become a very robust enterprise application for physicians and their clinical staff. This journey through building an initial prototype, development of a solid service oriented architecture, building the project, analyst and development teams, generating a solid user experience, engaging our customers and more importantly engaging everyone in a new agile methodology has been nothing short of an amazing journey to which I’m very proud of what we have all accomplished. As we approach formal implementation of a project kicked off just one year ago I would like to recognize some great vendors who helped us along our journey… Xby2, Seamgen, and Cynergy Systems and especially my development staff at WellMed who kicked us off in this new agile development effort.

Some big ideas come from asking pretty simple questions… As it turns out the inspiration and vision for the development of an innovative Care Delivery Platform at WellMed was born out of necessity.  A necessity to accurately and efficiently deliver timely information about patients health status to caregivers at the point of care and document […]

Our January San Antonio HIMSS Chapter Lunch-And-Learn was a great success and we had another great turnout. The board is always looking to improve your chapter so please let us know your feedback by e-mailing us your comments and suggestions.

This past week started one of many future events for the local San Antonio HIMSS Chapter. Our speaker, Bill Phillips, CIO of University Health System gave a very informative speech and real-world take on EMR deployments. Many thanks to Bill for starting us off on a great foot.

2009 TEPR+ Conference

3, Feb 2009

2009 TEPR+ conference in Palm Springs, CA

Creating an electronic health records system where health care professionals can access your medical information from anywhere is a priority of our new president. But the cost is high and changing the industry’s attitude will not be easy. read more

The convenience of online medical record access can also mean the convenient dissemination of information as well.  Despite notifications from UCLA Medical Center warning employees that it was auditing and taking a firm stance on unauthorized access to medical records, the privacy of a “well-known individual” was breached by two nurses and an ER technician […]

SugarCRM is a customer relationship management (CRM) application with the tag line “commercial open source”. This seems like a contradiction of terms but one of the founders and current CEO , John Roberts, is an open source advocate and former engineer so he understands the value in opening up the application and providing a free […]