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Hugh Creedon

Over 10 years on the Clinical Informatics Service at Hines, VA, Hospital. Involved in implementing an electronic health record system there and at other VA sites. Provided on-going end-user support and training;

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 Over 10 years on the Clinical Informatics Service at Hines, VA, Hospital.  Involved in implementing an electronic health record system there and at other VA sites.  Provided on-going end-user support and training; interface between software development and clinical users.  Presented at national VA symposia on various aspects of electronic health record systems.  Also spent more than thirty years as a practicing clinical psychologist at Hines and in a private practice. Has been employed for over 6 years at DSS in the implementation, customization and configuration of vxVistA and vxCPRS.  Also provided training and consultation for end-users. Has managed the vxVistA staff for three  years, developing staff and promoting methodologies to ensure optimal customer satisfaction with all implementation and end user support.

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Getting inside the latest Open Source release of vxVistA.

Overview of components in latest release to OSEHRA • New Functionality • Enhancements • Regulatory Changes • VA/OSEHERA Patch Convergence • Q & A *All sample patient data in this presentation is fictitious. No Personally Identifiable Information (PII) or

OSCON 2010 - vxVistA.org Presentation

DSS, Inc. presents vxVistA.org - OSCON 2010 Conference

What is FOIA VistA? – What is Open Source vxVistA?

Freedom of Information Act, Veterans Health Information Systems and Technology Architecture

vxVistA (2010)

vxVistA is a scalable, customizable EHR, capable of integrating with additional VistA modules, thereby expanding its capabilities beyond the traditional healthcare setting. vxVistA was named by DSS to differentiate this open source version from VistA, the

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