OpenEMR

MI-Squared Dev Talks: How to develop and submit changes to the OpenEMR project

MI-Squared Dev Talks: How to develop and submit changes to the OpenEMR project 150 150 Ken Chapple

“I want to develop for the OpenEMR project, how do I get started?” Perhaps you’re…

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OpenEMR Implementation Presentation at Portland Linux/Unix Group

OpenEMR Implementation Presentation at Portland Linux/Unix Group 150 150 Tony McCormick

Who: Diane Petersen What: Medical Informatics Where: PSU, 1930 SW 4th Ave. Room FAB 86-01…

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PCWORLD selects 10 award-winning open source apps to try – OpenEMR is one!

PCWORLD selects 10 award-winning open source apps to try – OpenEMR is one! Tony McCormick

Aiming to recognize some of the best of the open source breed, InfoWorld on Tuesday announced the winners of its sixth annual Best of Open Source Software Awards, also known as the “Bossies.”  [As seen in the previous post}  PCWORLD has chosen 10 of those 125 to recognize, OpenEMR is one of them!

Yea for us! See the whose company we are in on the link below:

PCWorld Linux Line

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OpenEMR selected by the Peace Corp for worldwide use!

OpenEMR selected by the Peace Corp for worldwide use! 150 150 Tony McCormick

See: Article in Government Health IT

Excerpt:

Peace Corps staff in country will use a laptop or mobile device to record basic medical information and synchronize it to OpenEMR, a free and open source application that will be used in post countries for practice management and be customized to meet requirements. 

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How to register for CMS MU Attestation for OpenEMR 4.1

How to register for CMS MU Attestation for OpenEMR 4.1 150 150 Tony McCormick

Official CHPL Product/Certification Number: 110040R00

The product number assigned by the certification body, 110040R00, is not the number that should be used when attesting to meaningful use.

You need to go to the CHPL website, add OpenEMR 4.1 product to your shopping cart along with any other certified products they might be using, and :based on that configuration you will be given a unique 15-digit number to use for attestation purposes. Here are some quick directions:

To obtain a CMS EHR Certification ID, follow the steps outlined below

  1. Go to; Http://http://onc-chpl.force.com/ehrcert/EHRProductSearch
  2. Select Ambulatory Practice
  3. Search for ‘OpenEMR’
  4. Add OpenEMR 4.1 to your cart to determine if your product(s) meet 100% of the required criteria
  5. Request a CMS EHR Certification ID for CMS registration or attestation from your cart page
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OpenEMR 4.1.0 certified for ONC Meaningful Use – now RELEASED

OpenEMR 4.1.0 certified for ONC Meaningful Use – now RELEASED 150 150 Tony McCormick

We are proud to announce that the ONC Certified version: OpenEMR version 4.1.0 is officially released.    We will be scheduling upgrades for anyone that is currently using our support services.    If you need help registering with CMS for Meaningful Use please let us know and we will walk you through the process.

Official CMS Registration Site: http://onc-chpl.force.com/ehrcert/EHRProductDetail?id=a0X30000003mNwTEAU

Official CHPL Product/Certification Number: 110040R00

Please considering making a tax deductible contribution to the OEMR.ORG foundatation to show your support for this incredible feat!  

Tony
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Mi-Squared Offers a Fully Functional EHR with OpenEMR

Mi-Squared Offers a Fully Functional EHR with OpenEMR 150 150 Tony McCormick

Lab Results Data Exchange – lab results are received through our certified servers and populates the data to the patients file

E-Prescribing – Prescribing medication through EMR to Client Provider

Patient Portal – Secure patient access via internet for medical records and updates include new patient registration and setup of basic clinic web sites.  Required for ONC Certification

Patient Reminders, voice call based, integrated with OpenEMR

Lab Upload Data Exchange – Send request through our certified servers to requested lab.

TransPortal for digital document authorization manager for Transcription Companies

Custom Programming – custom forms, importing existing patient data, enhancing current functionality, adding new functionality

Premium Phone Support

Setup and Training

Healthy Server Backup Appliance

Database Hosting – HIPAA Compliant

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OpenEMR Full EHR Certification Day!

OpenEMR Full EHR Certification Day! 150 150 Tony McCormick

Today the volunteers of OEMR.org will spend some 4 hours with the staff
of ICSA Labs testing all the remaining modules of OpenEMR version 4.1
in an attempt to achieve full EHR certification for Meaningful Use.
This testing will occur into the wee hours of Eastern Standard time.

See the sourceforge.net post for the full credits!

https://sourceforge.net/projects/openemr/forums/forum/202506/topic/4628453

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Tony Speaking at Portland Linux/Unix Group 6/2/2011

Tony Speaking at Portland Linux/Unix Group 6/2/2011 150 150 Tony McCormick

                          MEETING ANNOUNCEMENT

                       The Portland Linux/Unix Group
                                 will meet
                         7 PM Thursday June 2, 2011
                                     at
                         Portland State University
                                   in the
                              Fariborz Maseeh
             College of Engineering & Computer Science Building
                              Room FAB 86-01
                       (This is in the basement.)
          The building is on SW 4th across from SW College Street.

       See location H-10 on map at http://pdxLinux.org/campus_map.jpg

                            Presentation


                      Introduction to OpenEMR
                                 by
                           Tony McCormick
                        <tony@mi-square.com>

    Introduction to OpenEMR, maybe the most downloaded open source
    Electronic Heath Records system in the world.   This presentation
    will discuss how one of the first web based, php projects became
    a government certified EHR.  We’ll demo the system, talk about
    the good, bad and ugly of a 10 year old project with ~500,000
    lines of code and get feed back on ways to move forward with
    out breaking the existing use.  ie: upgrade paths and models, etc.

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