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Extension Type Code Overview
Axiom

Axiom provides syntax highlighting of standard MUMPS syntax, including all special variables, intrinsic functions, and commands in GT.M.
DSS Patient Search Tool

Extension for CPRS. This tool solves a major problem for clinicians—it helps them find data no matter where, when, or who put it in a patient’s chart.  It can be data that was filed properly as discrete data, but more importantly it helps find free text data that would otherwise be buried deep in the chart.
EWD

Compatibility: VistA - OSEHRA - vxVistA - RPMS - WV EHR - OpenVistA
ISI

Compatibility: VistA - OSEHRA - vxVistA - RPMS - WV EHR - OpenVistA
MDWS port to Mono

Enables MDWS to work on an opensource stack (Linux & GT.m) 
VistACom & CCR

This VistA Extension is written in MUMPS, and are installed in a VistA system using KIDS. They are all add-ons to the VistA system, and use VistA's built in extensibility frameworks to integrate with the rest of the system. So, as add-ons, they do not change or restrict in any way the functioning of the rest of the VistA system.

This package is designed to run on any VistA system, and even on VistA variants like RPMS. This extension was only tested with WVEHR, FOIA VistA, RPMS and openVistA. This package depend on XML tools that are part of the CCR package. VistACom depends on the CCR package, EWD, and also the C0Q Quality Reporting package.

VISTA Scheduling GUI

Historically, VISTA has always used the PIMS Scheduling module on the VT-100 emulated terminal. The Scheduling GUI is intended to be a replacement and complement for PIMS Scheduling. You can run the Scheduling GUI without any interaction with PIMS; or you can have it interacting with PIMS so that appointments will have various cascading effects on other packages using the PIMS triggered protocols and PIMS APIs. Most people use it with PIMS so that it can integrate well with CPRS. 
vxBCMA

 
vxBCMA
vxCPRS

Providers can enter new orders, notes, vitals, allergies, problems and more into the patient chart using features like quick orders, order sets, and templates. vxCPRS also offers safety checking against allergies and other current meds; in an ambulatory care setting, prescriptions can be easily printed and given to the patient. Clinical Reminders can be set up to enhance preventative care and encourage timely screenings/exams, offer patient education, and follow treatment protocols/guidelines for specific illnesses based on age, gender, lab results and other factors. Immunizations and other health factors can be recorded and reported easily.
vxGroup Notes

 
vxGroup Notes allows a provider to simultaneously create a progress note for multiple patients who participated in a group visit with both shared/common text and personalized text for each patient.
vxInpatient Pharmacy

The vxVistA Inpatient Pharmacy module is a complete system designed to run a hospital pharmacy. The Unit Dose (UD) module of Inpatient Medications provides a standard system for dispensing and managing inpatient medications.
vxLaboratory

The vxLaboratory module is a complete laboratory information system that supports General Laboratory, Microbiology, Histology, Cytology and Surgical Pathology.
vxOutpatient Pharmacy

The Outpatient Pharmacy package is designed to manage the medication regimen of outpatients.
vxVitals Lite

Extension for CPRS. This tool solves a major problem for clinicians—it helps them find data no matter where, when, or who put it in a patient’s chart.  It can be data that was filed properly as discrete data, but more importantly it helps find free text data that would otherwise be buried deep in the chart.