Re: [openhealth] OpenNHIN Announced, Call for Participation

2005-07-15 Thread Fred Trotter
of the lowest common denominator format. We have gotten a beta version of the technical proposal online now, should anyone wish to get more into the details. http://www.op-en.org/site/opennhin.html Regards, Fred Trotter On Fri, 2005-07-15 at 09:34 -0600, David Forslund wrote: What

[openhealth] ClearHealth Pharmacy questions

2005-08-17 Thread Fred Trotter
not would the VistA community be interested in collaborating on something like this? Regards, Fred Trotter ClearHealth Project Manager Uversa http://uversainc.com ClearHealth http://clear-health.org Yahoo! Groups Sponsor ~-- font face=arial size

Re: [openhealth] GPLMedicine.org

2005-08-19 Thread Fred Trotter
I hope. While I encourage you to put your site opensourcehealth.org to good use, I am NOT advocating open source alone. My central arguments are pretty clearly extensions of the free software camp. (Freemedicine.org would have been REALLY unclear). Regards, Fred Trotter

[openhealth] ClearHealth questions

2005-08-22 Thread Fred Trotter
that I am not sure, I do not really know what OSCAR has. The only thing that is different between the one that you download and the one that we sell is that the one that we sell is well-supported. Same code. Regards, Fred Trotter Thank you for your work. Nandalal Nandalal Gunaratne MS FRCS

Re: [openhealth] WSIS Tunis

2005-11-09 Thread Fred Trotter
be able to give you some help. Regards, Fred Trotter I need more than 4 e-mails expressing support. :) Rgds, Molly [Non-text portions of this message have been removed] Yahoo! Groups Sponsor ~-- Most low income households are not online. Help

Re: [openhealth] WSIS Tunis

2005-11-09 Thread Fred Trotter
for success. Regards, Fred Trotter On 11/9/05, Molly Cheah [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Fred, I agree I need a host of other things beyond expression of support. I wasn't sure if there is even interest in reviving OSHCA. I believe the OSHCA mailling at linuxmedicalnews is no longer there I

Re: [openhealth] WSIS Tunis

2005-11-10 Thread Fred Trotter
We might need an openhealth-talk mailing list, to preserve the bandwidth of the main one for things of interest outside OSHCA. I mean lurkers don't relish organisational detail. Reliability of the list is a necessity, multiplication and dilution are already harmful. Agreed. But lets get to

Re: [openhealth] Openhealth-talk list poll

2005-11-10 Thread Fred Trotter
Put me down as not yet -FT On 11/10/05, K.S. Bhaskar [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have created a poll on whether we should create a separate openhealth-talk group (http://groups.yahoo.com/group/openhealth/surveys?id=12183957). Please express your opinion before Thursday, November 17.

Re: [openhealth] OpenHRE in the NHIN Prototype

2005-11-10 Thread Fred Trotter
congratulations... another success! This is great news for everyone.. (they may not know it yet) -FT On 11/10/05, Will Ross [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: To All, I'm working on an open source (GPL actually) project to build a modern tool kit communities can use to participate in the National

Re: [openhealth] OSCAR passed!

2005-11-19 Thread Fred Trotter
Congratulations to David and the entire OSCAR team. Just as with VistAs success this is a huge step forward for your project and for our movement in general. This is especially important because it speaks to the issue of legitimacy, which health providers are very sensitive to. Regards, Fred

Re: [openhealth] OSS collections

2006-01-13 Thread Fred Trotter
The AMIA open source working group is trying something like this... more news soon... -FT A wiki or simple online database could be used to collect links to scientific papers and even web sites and blog entries which similarly make reference to the use of open source in health. [Non-text

Re: [openhealth] Resurrecting OSHCA - a review

2006-01-15 Thread Fred Trotter
, Fred Trotter On 1/15/06, Dr Molly Cheah [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Will, When we're discussing resurrecting OSHCA, we're going beyond organising conferences, which organisations like IMIA,AMIA or any organisations advocating open source can do from time to time. We've also gone beyond

[openhealth] AMIA OSWG Open Source EHR Reviews

2006-02-22 Thread Fred Trotter
be found at http://ehr.gplmedicine.org enjoy, Fred Trotter SynSeer [Non-text portions of this message have been removed] Yahoo! Groups Links * To visit your group on the web, go to: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/openhealth/ * To unsubscribe from this group, send an email to: [EMAIL

[openhealth] CCHIT biased towards proprietary software??

2006-03-24 Thread Fred Trotter
that once it was written and reviewed, that some of the influential people on this list might sign it. Another possiblity is to piggy-back on the emrupdate letter. Thoughts? -- Fred Trotter SynSeer, Consultant http://www.fredtrotter.com http://www.synseer.com phone: (480)290-8109 email: [EMAIL

Re: [openhealth] CCHIT biased towards proprietary software??

2006-03-24 Thread Fred Trotter
to Solve It) Yahoo! Groups Links -- Fred Trotter SynSeer, Consultant http://www.fredtrotter.com http://www.synseer.com phone: (480)290-8109 email: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [Non-text portions of this message have been removed] Yahoo! Groups Links * To visit your group on the web, go

Re: [openhealth] CCHIT biased towards proprietary software??

2006-03-25 Thread Fred Trotter
interoperability. But a close read of the application shows that only proprietary vendors can apply. http://www.himssehrva.org/ASP/index.asp -- Fred Trotter SynSeer, Consultant http://www.fredtrotter.com http://www.synseer.com phone: (480)290-8109 email: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [Non-text portions

Re: [openhealth] CCHIT biased towards proprietary software??

2006-03-27 Thread Fred Trotter
of the discussion by saying why or why not for your answers. In any case if you feel that a letter should be written or signed... now is the time to do so the review window is closing. -- Fred Trotter SynSeer, Consultant http://www.fredtrotter.com http://www.synseer.com phone: (480)290-8109 email: [EMAIL

Re: [openhealth] Important announcement and oshca update

2006-03-28 Thread Fred Trotter
Constitutional Monarchy. -- Fred Trotter SynSeer, Consultant http://www.fredtrotter.com http://www.synseer.com phone: (480)290-8109 email: [EMAIL PROTECTED] [Non-text portions of this message have been removed] Yahoo! Groups Links * To visit your group on the web, go to: http://groups.yahoo.com

Re: [openhealth] sumultaneous registrations and registration form

2006-03-29 Thread Fred Trotter
to get what you want. In the mean time, the best way to hedge your bets for winning such an election is to be as helpful to the process as possible. Please note that one helpful thing to do in processes like this is simply to listen silently until they ask for specific help... -FT -- Fred Trotter

[openhealth] EHR Review makes progress, needs help!

2006-04-04 Thread Fred Trotter
EHRs with a comment as to why you like it. Regards, -- Fred Trotter SynSeer, Consultant http://www.fredtrotter.com http://www.synseer.com [Non-text portions of this message have been removed] Yahoo! Groups Links * To visit your group on the web, go to: http://groups.yahoo.com/group

Re: [openhealth] EHR Review makes progress, needs help!

2006-04-06 Thread Fred Trotter
: On Apr 4, 2006, at 12:00 PM, Fred Trotter wrote: EHR review on LinuxMedNews... http://www.linuxmednews.com/1144128464/index_html At this point, I have finished about 80% of the reviews... Hi Fred The site lists only 3 EMRs, so I wonder what is meant by 80%. Do you mean you have

Re: [openhealth] EHR Review makes progress, needs help!

2006-04-06 Thread Fred Trotter
of the companies involved with VistA and does not represent the open source version which WorldVistA is making available to the global community. Zope based SPIRIT? SPIRIT isn't an EHR its a repository of open source projects in the health sector. Yahoo! Groups Links -- Fred Trotter

Re: [openhealth] OSHCA inaugural meeting - important announcement

2006-04-22 Thread Fred Trotter
At the option of Molly and the newly forming board I will contriute the resourses needed for permenant hosting. (i.e. forums, wiki, or other standard communit enablers). But please if you do not get hosting help from me get help somewhere. -- Fred Trotter SynSeer, Consultant http

Re: [openhealth] Re: oshca inaugural meeting - constitution

2006-04-25 Thread Fred Trotter
I can toss my hat in the ring. This is not so much a criticism, perhaps the committee has the right idea! But until there is an entity that merits trust (which means having a forum for dissenting supporters) then I will have to stay on the sidelines with (apparently) Will. -- Fred Trotter SynSeer

Re: [openhealth] Re: oshca inaugural meeting - constitution

2006-04-25 Thread Fred Trotter
a little too much time on the bleeding edge as it is. Once you have a meeting that I can attend, with people who are worth meeting attending.. I will be there!!! -- Fred Trotter SynSeer, Consultant http://www.fredtrotter.com http://www.synseer.com [Non-text portions of this message have been

Re: [openhealth] request for advice re electronic medical record

2006-05-06 Thread Fred Trotter
a solid Java-based contender for the throne of US EHR systems. -FT Great scheduler - but billing is Canadian (Ontario and BC modules) -- Fred Trotter SynSeer, Consultant http://www.fredtrotter.com http://www.synseer.com [Non-text portions of this message have been removed

Re: [openhealth] request for advice re electronic medical record

2006-05-08 Thread Fred Trotter
the the marketplace will confer its own rewards on title contenders, regardless of any testbench ranking system. With best regards, [wr] - - - - - - - - On May -- Fred Trotter SynSeer, Consultant http://www.fredtrotter.com http://www.synseer.com [Non-text portions of this message have

Re: [openhealth] request for advice re electronic medical record

2006-05-08 Thread Fred Trotter
? -- Jel Yahoo! Groups Links -- Fred Trotter SynSeer, Consultant http://www.fredtrotter.com http://www.synseer.com [Non-text portions of this message have been removed] SPONSORED LINKS Software distribution

Re: [openhealth] request for advice re electronic medical record

2006-05-08 Thread Fred Trotter
ranking system. With best regards, [wr] - - - - - - - - On May 6, 2006, at 11:50 AM, Fred Trotter wrote: This is a good time to point out that the only thing that keeps OSCAR from being a major player in the US, is its billing engine. We have tossed around an effort

Re: [openhealth] Re: request for advice re electronic medical record

2006-05-12 Thread Fred Trotter
of the program, then a link to an available, running demo (with instructions available at one end if not both ends of the link). Yahoo! Groups Links -- Fred Trotter SynSeer, Consultant http://www.fredtrotter.com http://www.synseer.com [Non-text portions of this message have been removed

Re: Re: [openhealth] PeaceHealth open source web-based personal health-record system

2006-10-27 Thread Fred Trotter
could obtain a copy and tell us about it, or even share it with us? Tim C -- Fred Trotter http://www.fredtrotter.com [Non-text portions of this message have been removed] Yahoo! Groups Links * To visit your group on the web, go to: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/openhealth/ * Your

[openhealth] SCALE call for papers.

2006-11-28 Thread Fred Trotter
of papers we are looking for, but generally, we are looking for the type of papers that you would assume that we would be! You can read more and find out how to submit here... http://www.socallinuxexpo.com/healthcare07/oss-healthcare2007-cfp.pdf -- Fred Trotter http://www.fredtrotter.com [Non-text

Re: [openhealth] Re: Open Source?

2006-11-30 Thread Fred Trotter
a public statement like this that is web accessible. If so, great! then all you need to do to repy to Mark is to post a link. Regards, Fred Trotter If yes, then there should be a place where we can download the source with a GPL type license. If no, then this is a proprietary system and you

Re: [openhealth] Re: Datamodels was Open Source?

2006-11-30 Thread Fred Trotter
Fred Trotter wrote: I have been staying on the sidelines for this one but I think this is an important point that does need clarifiication. You can answer hybrid. You can say that your product is both an open source and a proprieatary product. What is important it that your company

Re: [openhealth] Re: Open Source?

2006-11-30 Thread Fred Trotter
are... you are on a list that strongly favors open source software, in that context it is reasonable to have to answer these kinds of questions carefully. -FT -- Fred Trotter http://www.fredtrotter.com [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]

Re: [openhealth] Re: Open Source?

2006-12-01 Thread Fred Trotter
may feel that you are taking too much heat over this and you are absolutley right, but with the Medsphere drama we need to be more and more careful about what commitments are made to the community from corporations. I am very enthusiastic about both OpenEHR and Ocean Informatics. Regards, -- Fred

Re: [openhealth] Re: Open Source?

2006-12-01 Thread Fred Trotter
anything away for nothing. Just that when you do sell it, you do so under the GPL. then we have paralysis. My question: does anyone here want to make any progress in this field? - thomas beale -- Fred Trotter http://www.fredtrotter.com [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]

Re: [openhealth] Open standards are meaningless.

2006-12-02 Thread Fred Trotter
-- Fred Trotter http://www.fredtrotter.com [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]

Re: [openhealth] Re: list of diagnoses and procedures

2006-12-11 Thread Fred Trotter
. But if we are going to do (an) ontology, let us not handicap ourselves by building it for just one lot of data. It could be written one chapter at a time, certainly. Yahoo! Groups Links -- Fred Trotter http://www.fredtrotter.com

Re: [openhealth] Re: list of diagnoses and procedures

2006-12-11 Thread Fred Trotter
and proprietary software are other examples of this problem. Hopefully future work will have a more FOSS-compatible perspective. -FT Regards, Fred Trotter On 12/11/06, K.S. Bhaskar [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I find this discussion of CPT codes reimbursement interesting. Let me paraphrase: To petition

Re: [openhealth] Re: list of diagnoses and procedures

2006-12-12 Thread Fred Trotter
-- Fred Trotter http://www.fredtrotter.com [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]

[openhealth] HIMSS FOSS ad hoc meeting

2007-02-23 Thread Fred Trotter
There are several of us going to HIMSS that are planning on meeting for informal handshake and hangout. We are planning to meet at. This may change if we cannot get to the booth at that hour! Tuesday 9:00 p.m. Redhat Booth -- Fred Trotter http://www.fredtrotter.com [Non-text portions

Re: [openhealth] Suppressing Sensitive Info From Free Text

2007-03-02 Thread Fred Trotter
Berners-Lee, BCS, 2006 - - - - - - - - Yahoo! Groups Links -- Fred Trotter http://www.fredtrotter.com [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]

Re: [openhealth] Medsphere really is an open source company after all?

2007-03-05 Thread Fred Trotter
-- Fred Trotter http://www.fredtrotter.com [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]

Re: [openhealth] Medsphere really is an open source company after all?

2007-03-05 Thread Fred Trotter
a provider of open source health software. Being a health software vendor of any kind depends on trust. Medsphere has violated that trust. Tim C On 3/5/07, Tim Churches [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Fred Trotter wrote: They have taken a step in the right direction, but they are not done. Fred

Re: [openhealth] Medsphere really is an open source company after all?

2007-03-06 Thread Fred Trotter
not. I would hope that OSCHA would make the distinction. -FT On 3/5/07, Gregory Woodhouse [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Mar 5, 2007, at 9:17 PM, Fred Trotter wrote: Tim, I suggest you wade through the mess under the blog post entitled Medsphere betrays community on GPLmedicine.org

[openhealth] Medsphere Poll

2007-03-20 Thread Fred Trotter
://www.gplmedicine.org I will not keep the polls up forever, so make your voice heard now!! Regards, -- Fred Trotter http://www.fredtrotter.com [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]

Re: [openhealth] patientos?

2007-07-30 Thread Fred Trotter
I mean Misys On 7/30/07, Fred Trotter [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have never heard of them and the release is .1... so I think not. I have already requested an email interview to see whats going on... Mysis is the big news though... -FT On 7/30/07, Adrian Midgley [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote

Re: [openhealth] patientos?

2007-07-30 Thread Fred Trotter
Yahoo! Groups Links -- Fred Trotter http://www.fredtrotter.com

Re: [openhealth] FOSS Medical Office/EHR

2007-10-18 Thread Fred Trotter
the best spam protection around http://mail.yahoo.com [Non-text portions of this message have been removed] Yahoo! Groups Links -- Fred Trotter http://www.fredtrotter.com

Re: [openhealth] Open Source Personal Health Record

2007-11-02 Thread Fred Trotter
Medicine McMaster University -- Fred Trotter http://www.fredtrotter.com

Re: [openhealth] Re: [FOSS_health] MyGOSSCON 2007 on 6-7 December KL

2007-11-15 Thread Fred Trotter
)? -- Fred Trotter http://www.fredtrotter.com

Re: [openhealth] free as in beer: lines of criticism

2007-11-15 Thread Fred Trotter
with an open source model, none of this applies. Who is an AMA member who could write to the journal? -- Midgley Yahoo! Groups Links -- Fred Trotter http://www.fredtrotter.com

Re: [openhealth] Open Sourcing of Proteus Tools

2007-12-17 Thread Fred Trotter
! Groups Links -- Fred Trotter http://www.fredtrotter.com [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]

Re: [openhealth] Re: Open Sourcing of Proteus Tools

2007-12-18 Thread Fred Trotter
me to that higher level of confusion from which only enlightenment can emerge. All licenses I am considering are in the Google 7 suite as Fred Trotter describes in his article. Bhaskar, Adrian and Fred make a strong case for GPL but Gunther's arguments have more or less convinced me to go

[openhealth] Regarding FOSS Clinical Messaging

2008-02-01 Thread Fred Trotter
clinical messaging system? What else is available in open source that I should be emulating. Remember publishing your ideas here is a big step to prevent bad patents from being made! -FT -- Fred Trotter http://www.fredtrotter.com

Re: [openhealth] Regarding FOSS Clinical Messaging

2008-02-05 Thread Fred Trotter
more structured is definitely in order. Agreed. I have mostly structured data, along with a plain text message. It is intended to look and feel to the user like email. But the plumbing should be much more normalized. All the best, Mark On Feb 4, 2008 6:28 PM, Fred Trotter [EMAIL

[openhealth] DOHCS a good conference coming up... we need more.

2008-02-05 Thread Fred Trotter
. I know this community is based all over the world and all across the US. My question is: what makes it worthwhile to get on a plane, spend a bunch of money on conference tickets and lodging to go to a FOSS healthcare conference? Regards, -- Fred Trotter http://www.fredtrotter.com

Re: [openhealth] Re: DOHCS a good conference coming up... we need more.

2008-02-05 Thread Fred Trotter
a collaborative effort? -Paul For example, --- In openhealth@yahoogroups.com, Fred Trotter [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello, I just wanted to remind everyone of the DOHCS portion of the SCALE conference running this weekend. This will be the second year I have gone and presented my

[openhealth] Creating the Free Medical Software Foundation

2008-02-15 Thread Fred Trotter
specifically to the BOA? Feel free to nominate or volunteer now. Please give some detail on why you would make a good candidate. -- Fred Trotter http://www.fredtrotter.com

Re: [openhealth] Creating the Free Medical Software Foundation

2008-02-16 Thread Fred Trotter
the FMSF should do? I have seen no nominations or volunteers for BOD members yet? Do not be shy -FT -- Fred Trotter http://www.fredtrotter.com

Re: [openhealth] Re: Creating the Free Medical Software Foundation

2008-02-19 Thread Fred Trotter
Sam, Obviously, I disagree with you on several points. OSMS is exactly what you are proposing with this new organization. The main difference is that Fred Trotter trusts Fred Trotter to do the right thing but not the rest of us. That is an assumption. Perhaps I have other

Re: [openhealth] Re: Creating the Free Medical Software Foundation

2008-02-19 Thread Fred Trotter
about you propose two of your board members to come be board members on the FMSF? That cross-pollination would allow us to sort out these complex issues over time, one way or another. I think it would be enough to ensure that our efforts were coordinated? -- Fred Trotter http://www.fredtrotter.com

Re: [openhealth] HIMSS in Orlando

2008-02-21 Thread Fred Trotter
http://timothywayne.cook.googlepages.com/home* ** [Non-text portions of this message have been removed] Yahoo! Groups Links -- Fred Trotter http://www.fredtrotter.com

Re: [openhealth] Re: Creating the Free Medical Software Foundation

2008-02-22 Thread Fred Trotter
. You have not answered one of my questions. Do you already have a 501(c)(3) letter from the United States Internal Revenue Service? Sadly, we do not. Do you have that status? -- Fred Trotter http://www.fredtrotter.com

[openhealth] IF you are at HIMSS 08

2008-02-25 Thread Fred Trotter
Drop me a line and we will try to get a FOSS meetup going... -FT -- Fred Trotter http://www.fredtrotter.com

[openhealth] Problems with NPI

2008-04-11 Thread Fred Trotter
If you are having issues with NPI you might take this survey which CMS will be given to CMS in a few days... http://surveys.hittransition.com/npi -- Fred Trotter http://www.fredtrotter.com

Re: [openhealth] An inventor of disruptive technology looking for advice about open source

2008-05-06 Thread Fred Trotter
this to a medical environment. Regards, -FT -- Fred Trotter http://www.fredtrotter.com

Re: [openhealth] Re: An inventor of disruptive technology looking for advice about open source

2008-05-08 Thread Fred Trotter
license, then I see no reason at all that Steve should not exert control over said vendor. -FT -- Fred Trotter http://www.fredtrotter.com

[openhealth] FOSS PACS

2008-05-15 Thread Fred Trotter
Hi, Where are we on an open source PACS system? Do we have something that is reliable and has actually been deployed and integrated? Opinions and Bias welcome here -FT -- Fred Trotter http://www.fredtrotter.com

Re: [openhealth] FOSS PACS

2008-05-16 Thread Fred Trotter
the requirements that Joseph is talking about. -FT -- Fred Trotter http://www.fredtrotter.com

Re: [openhealth] Google Health

2008-05-21 Thread Fred Trotter
Google does not typically take help from outsiders that it does not seek out. They are a tad ivory tower that way. Indivo and Tolven are our top two PHR efforts. They will and do listen to us and we should focus our efforts there. -FT -- Fred Trotter http://www.fredtrotter.com

[openhealth] Health of the Source

2008-05-21 Thread Fred Trotter
aught to make sure that you are being mentioned if you should be and that I am saying good things if I should be saying good things about your work. Regards, -- Fred Trotter http://www.fredtrotter.com

Re: [openhealth] billing test scripts

2008-05-30 Thread Fred Trotter
to test the billing section of an EMR? Any help would be appreciated. thanks -- Fred Trotter http://www.fredtrotter.com

[openhealth] Shunning as a open source value?

2008-06-02 Thread Fred Trotter
http://www.theregister.co.uk/2008/05/30/google_open_source_talk/ -- Fred Trotter http://www.fredtrotter.com

[openhealth] Looking for Ruby developers

2008-07-25 Thread fred trotter
Hi, An open source project has asked me if I know anyone with Ruby/ Ruby on Rails experience along with some familiarity with clinical systems. If fit this description and you read this in the next few days... drop me a line and I will get you in touch. -FT -- Fred Trotter http

Re: [openhealth] Re: [oshca_members] FOSS for health in Malaysia

2008-09-01 Thread fred trotter
to be void, invalid, unenforceable or illegal, the other provisions shall continue in full force and effect. -- Fred Trotter http://www.fredtrotter.com

[openhealth] A National Health IT dialogue

2008-10-27 Thread fred trotter
rate it and comment on it. I know many of you really agree with me, and some really do not. Either way, this will be a very public debate and it is a good chance for your voice to be heard. Of course this applies especially to those of you who agree with me!! ;) -FT -- Fred Trotter http

Re: [openhealth] Community EMR project in the Mid West (US)

2008-12-05 Thread fred trotter
The two top solutions for patient portals that I know of are Tolven and Indivo. -FT -- Fred Trotter http://www.fredtrotter.com

Re: [openhealth] misys connect

2009-01-27 Thread fred trotter
] Yahoo! Groups Links -- Fred Trotter http://www.fredtrotter.com

[openhealth] Only one week left to register for FOSS Health conference for only $60

2009-02-24 Thread fred trotter
have commitments from MOSS - Misys Open Source Clearhealth Medsphere Mirth/Webreach OpenMRS OpenClinica WorldVistA -FT -- Fred Trotter http://www.fredtrotter.com

Re: [openhealth] Using Cell Phones to interface with OpenMRS

2009-03-02 Thread fred trotter
to be sure texts have been received for certain, so I cannot imagine how you could build something reliable on top of it... Could you clarify your aims somewhat? -FT -- Fred Trotter http://www.fredtrotter.com

[openhealth] Should we make FOSS Health conference exclusive?

2009-03-11 Thread fred trotter
bad to make anything FOSS closed like that, but otherwise, conference planning might be impossible. Let me know what you think!! -- Fred Trotter http://www.fredtrotter.com [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]

[openhealth] Re: CCHIT meeting FOSS at HIMSS

2009-03-14 Thread fred trotter
to CCHIT. Regards, Tim Elwell Misys Open Source Solutions tim.elw...@misys.com -Original Message- From: open-ehealth-collaborat...@googlegroups.com [mailto: open-ehealth-collaborat...@googlegroups.com] On Behalf Of fred trotter Sent: Saturday, March 14, 2009 2:45 PM To: openhealth

[openhealth] What are we asking CCHIT for?

2009-03-27 Thread fred trotter
=35c32t=36f61 Regards, -FT -- Fred Trotter http://www.fredtrotter.com

[openhealth] Early registration for the Houston FOSS in health conference ends today

2009-03-30 Thread fred trotter
http://fosshealth.eventibrite.com -FT -- Fred Trotter http://www.fredtrotter.com

[openhealth] FOSSHealth in Houston

2009-03-31 Thread fred trotter
emails me saying... we just missed it (you know who you are...) http://fosshealth.eventbrite.com -FT -- Fred Trotter http://www.fredtrotter.com

[openhealth] foss / cchit meeting details

2009-04-06 Thread fred trotter
other relevant information I will update this message. -ft -- Fred Trotter http://www.fredtrotter.com

[openhealth] fosshealth 09 tickets still cheap for 10 hours

2009-04-09 Thread fred trotter
Hey, Just a reminder, FOSS health tickets are still cheap for 10 hours. http://fosshealth.eventbrite.com/ -- Fred Trotter http://www.fredtrotter.com

Re: [openhealth] foss / cchit meeting details

2009-04-12 Thread fred trotter
to report any results for those of us that could not be there? Thanks, Tim On Mon, 2009-04-06 at 09:46 -0500, fred trotter wrote: Hey, Just a reminder. The foss/cchit meeting is today at 2:00 p.m. It is in room 10d at the McCormick Hyatt in downtown Chicago. I have been assured

Re: [openhealth] foss / cchit meeting details

2009-04-13 Thread fred trotter
overvirw of the situation and description of the problems. I was wondering what CCHIT said that gave you hope that the FOSS certification problems could be solved under their framework? Regards, Mark On 4/12/09, fred trotter fred.trot...@gmail.com wrote: I have been writing a summary

[openhealth] I have been invited to testify on 'Meaningful Use'

2009-04-18 Thread fred trotter
for the CCHIT meeting seemed to work. It is even more important this time, because I may be the only voice of reason (the FOSS angle) at this meeting. For this reason: http://moderator.appspot.com/#15/e=4a793t=4a795 -- Fred Trotter http://www.fredtrotter.com

[openhealth] Re: I have been invited to testify on 'Meaningful Use'

2009-04-18 Thread fred trotter
18, 2009, at 2:46 PM, fred trotter fred.trot...@gmail.com wrote: Hi,        It looks like I have been invited to testify in Washington on what it means to have 'Meaningful Use' of EHR systems. http://www.ncvhs.hhs.gov/090428ag2.pdf        As before, I want to ensure that my testimony

Re: [openhealth] Re: I have been invited to testify on 'Meaningful Use'

2009-04-19 Thread fred trotter
- collaborative@ googlegroups. com From: fred trotter fred.trotter@ gmail.com Sent by: openhea...@yahoogro ups.com Date: 04/18/2009 06:05PM cc: hardh...@googlegrou ps.com hardh...@googlegrou ps.com , openhea...@yahoogro ups.com openhea...@yahoogro ups.com Subject

[openhealth] Questions for the 'Meaningful Use' panel

2009-04-22 Thread fred trotter
/process has for a question. Regards, -- Fred Trotter http://www.fredtrotter.com NCVHS Hearing on Meaningful Use April 28-29, 2009 Question for Panel Input Panel 1: Vision of Health and Health Care Transformed 1. What are the critical characteristics and enablers of a safe, patient

Re: [openhealth] [Fwd: [openEHR-announce] Microsoft Connected Health Framework (CHF) uses archetypes]

2009-04-22 Thread fred trotter
this link http://timothywayne.cook.googlepages.com/home* ** [Non-text portions of this message have been removed] Yahoo! Groups Links -- Fred Trotter http://www.fredtrotter.com

[openhealth] Foss Health 09

2009-05-10 Thread fred trotter
-- From: Michael Brody mbr...@tldsystems.com Date: Fri, May 8, 2009 at 2:23 PM Subject: Hotel Stuff To: fred trotter fred.trot...@gmail.com We have a block of rooms available at $89 / night at the Marriott Houston West Loop by the Galleria There are a limited number of Rooms for Thursday

[openhealth] Re: Foss Health 09

2009-05-10 Thread fred trotter
Be sure to use 'open' as a registration code for a significant discount! -FT On Sun, May 10, 2009 at 3:06 PM, fred trotter fred.trot...@gmail.com wrote: Dr. Brody has been helping me to setup a hotel discount for FOSShealth 09. If you have not registered yet go to http

Re: [Hardhats] Re: [openhealth] Announcing Liberty Medical Software Foundation and a petition in support of the current VistA as Utility act

2009-05-10 Thread fred trotter
www.medsphere.com Transforming Healthcare through Open Source From: hardh...@googlegroups.com [hardh...@googlegroups.com] On Behalf Of fred trotter [fred.trot...@gmail.com] Sent: Sunday, May 10, 2009 12:59 PM To: openhealth@yahoogroups.com Cc: open

Re: [Hardhats] Re: [openhealth] Announcing Liberty Medical Software Foundation and a petition in support of the current VistA as Utility act

2009-05-11 Thread fred trotter
: open-ehealth-collaborat...@googlegroups.com] On Behalf Of fred trotter Sent: Sunday, May 10, 2009 9:30 PM To: open-ehealth-collaborat...@googlegroups.com Cc: hardh...@googlegroups.com; openhealth@yahoogroups.com Subject: Re: [Hardhats] Re: [openhealth] Announcing Liberty Medical Software

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