OSEHRA 2014: UiEHR Presentation At Open Source EHR Summit

Peter Groen | COSI 'Open' Health | September 3, 2014

The Unified integrated Electronic Health Record (UiEHR) is a fully automated 'open architecture' solution initially designed for potential use by the Military Health System (MHS) and the Veterans Health Administration (VHA). It provides seamless real-time interoperability and data interchange between the EHR systems used by these two organizations.

TSRI spent the better part of ten years building Mumps to Java automatic conversion capabilities that now support a Unified integrated EHR (UiEHR) in the Cloud. After completing a pilot project demonstrating the capabilities of the system, TSRI has begun the rollout of a pre-alpha release of UiEHR in time for the OSEHRA 2014 Summit being held this week in Bethesda, Maryland. It is hoped that the OSEHRA community will review the system and participate in continuing efforts to improve the system over time.

Clearly no such universal iEHR/EMR system exists today. If it did, it would be omnipresent in the world of medical care. It has become apparent that whoever succeeds in creating such a system could change the world of healthcare. The basic ingredients for such a system now exists...