Projects related to open source, including OSEHRA
It is often difficult for patients to understand and comply with medical instructions. KRM has built several Amazon Echo “skills” as proofs-of-concept for our new VICA (Voice Initiated Care Assistant) for use with our care management platform to provide reminders and help at home, while keeping the patient in contact with the care team..
Building enterprise grade technology applications is hard. Before the first line of code is written, there are a myriad of decisions that need to be made concerning the infrastructure of the application. What operating systems do we use? What application web server do we use? What languages to we use? How do we connect to our existing databases? Where do we even start? By using LEAF, enterprises can enable rapid application development, enforce application consistency and delivery, as well as the streamlining of application provisioning and deployment.
VistA's reporting methodology has always been cumbersome for users. Our open-source reporting and dashboarding solution allows users to use modern tools to create and customize reports that can be formatted for optimal printing or display.
KRM has been an integral part of OSEHRA since its inception, providing technical expertise in the management and maintenance of VistA, as well as knowledge and experience in the areas of Meaningful Use, Patient-Centered Care, Healthcare IT application certification, and evaluation and testing of open source software submissions. We were among the first non-VA contributors of a fully functioning open source application when we released HealtheMe in 2012.
KRM has long been in demand as an organization that can devise custom software solutions that are both functional and easy to use. We apply industry best practices to design and develop projects that consistently exceed the expectations of our clients.
Enable patient access to, control of, and addition to personal health records, Remove barriers to sharing clinical data from disparate EHR systems, Enhance information portability in support of care in non-clinical settings and scenarios
A test case in the OSEHRA/VA partnership, intended to showcase the ability of the open source community to support and enhance the VA's drive to improve VistA and other Healthcare IT applications, lowering costs and improving results.