Vista / RPMS

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Projects related to VistA and RPMS

VA EHR Modernization

2018-10-04T09:48:34+00:00

KRM Associates (KRM) has joined Cerner, a global leader in health care technology, and other industry leaders and innovators to help make seamless care available to the nation’s veterans. This newly formed team announced by Cerner will bring extensive experience in large enterprise systems and commercial sectors to modernize the U.S. Department of Veterans [...]

VistA Reporting and Dashboarding Solution

2017-12-06T10:44:10+00:00

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.

VA My HealtheVet

2017-12-14T14:18:06+00:00

In cooperation with members of the Presidential Innovation Fellows (PIF) program conducted by the White House and in conjunction with the VA, members of KRM participated in a significant expansion of the VA’s Blue Button functionality within the My HealtheVet (MHV) application, the Veteran's portal to their benefits and medical records. This expansion included the [...]

VistA Related Solutions

2017-06-01T16:26:13+00:00

For over 17 years, KRM Associates Inc. has been working with the Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) on a number of contracts and projects and our staff also has a vast amount of experience with large implementations of the Indian Health Service’s RPMS system, as well as creating new modules and functionality for the application.

Comparitive Effectiveness Research – RPMS – C32

2017-05-25T11:29:52+00:00

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

Shepherd University Student Health Center EHR

2017-05-25T11:29:52+00:00

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.