Welcome to the download page - where the journey begins!
You will need 3 components to build a production vxVistA system.
|Which is comprised of all the M programs and other executables that make up the application code set. vxVistA 15.0 is licensed under the Apache 2.0 License.|
|If needed you can Request your 30 days / 30 users InterSystems Cache Evaluation License sending an email to email@example.com with your request including fullname and valid email address. It should be noted that in order to start all the VistA processes responsible to connect GUI apps to the database end, you would need more than a single user license|
|Primarily for US users, you will need the Common Procedural Terminology (CPT) codes from the American Medical Association. Since both Cache and the CPT codes are proprietary, they are not available from this open source website.|
Download vxVistA Open Source
(This process is under construction.Thanks for your patience and support.)
|To download vxVistA the FTP server will require your vxVistA.org username and password.|
|Please complete the download registration form in a new window. Only name and email are required fields.|
|vxVistA is released under the Apache 2.0 license, please read and accept the Terms and Conditions of the license.|
Once the registration form is completed and the Apache 2.0 License is accepted, provide your vxVistA.org username and password to the ftp server and proceed with the download of vxVistA. There are two versions, one for Windows Environment and one for Linux Environment
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