KRM Associates Inc. has been performing work in various capacities for the Department of Veterans Affairs for over a decade. Our experiences include network security and engineering services, web development, medical consulting, and more.
In conjunction with an Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) Comparative Effectiveness Research (CER) project, KRM created a sophisticated C32 parser for the Indian Health Service’s Resource Patient and Management System (RPMS), which retrieved and parsed C32 records
KRM configured and installed the EHR solution along with modifications required to interface an Open Source product called Clearhealth to be utilized for patient registration. This process involved modifying the basic EHR application and developing an HL7 interface to feed data into the EHR from the Patient Registration GUI.
KRM was tasked to design, document, implement and operate a HISD Medical Device Security Assessment Center (MeDSAC) for VA test purposes.
KRM provided 24/7 support for the Security Operations Center for VA. KRM provided support to monitor computer and network traffic, and analyzed network traffic activity and systems logs to determine causes of problems and security breaches
An overall goal to establish and operate a world-class HISD that would develop, implement, and evaluate security solutions addressing health data and health information systems, including security standards, access control, and access to health data by external groups.
Entisas© (Enterprise Information Security Assessment System)-Is an Enterprise-wide Information Security repository useful for analyzing Security Risks, Threats and Vulnerabilities as well as mitigation plans and protections profiles and other information security elements across multiple organizations and organizational elements.
Our Health & Wellness Management System solution can ingest information from any CCHIT compliant EMR, and has been proven to interact with an HIE using NHIN CONNECT technology. Open-source means this software can be adapted to meet many user needs.
The VISTA system had to undergo the SCA process consists primarily of a Kernel and a suite of applications that interact with the Kernel Communication of data in VISTA uses HL7 and XML standards over VA local area networks (LANs) and the VA wide-area network (WAN).
While Meaningful Use is a fairly new requirement, the past use of an EHR for quality improvement as well as the work surrounding the reporting of clinical quality measures demonstrates that KRM Associates has the personnel necessary to extract, transform and synthesize clinical data from electronic medical record systems for use in the health improvement process.