2 Clinicians: 2 Developers: 20 Days: Agile Development towards NHS VistA

Updating Clin UI P to show how our work progressed. This was the next phase of the work , done in collaboration with those interested in NHS VistA

Frectally speaking

A few posts back in my earlier article on “Transatlantic Thoughts.. on VistA .. in the NHS“,  I was commending some joint working between OS pioneers in both the UK and the US to move our learning forward on both sides of the Atlantic.

One of the recommendations in my presentation to the recent 2nd OSEHRA conference, in the Transatlantic blog article and at a recent related EHI presentation was to pursue an agile demonstrator of some key NHS standards (i.e. the NHS Common User Interface , Royal College of Physicians HIU Record Heading Standards) in the VistA stack.

Building on an earlier, though related “1 Clinician: 1 Developer: 10 Days Agile Development” project I had done with the UK based Rob Tweed and Chris Casey, they were keen to help..

On the “US side” and to their credit Medsphere and GDIT also picked up this…

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Welcome to Clinical UI Patterns

Welcome to Clinical UI patterns on WordPress.com!

I’ve started this blog to spread the word about a project I’ve been involved in.

This site aims to explore the clinical, business and technical elements of the project.

Here I’ve quickly posted a variety of material inc;

You can use the toolbar above to navigate the site.. ie Launch/ Learn/ Links

link the project proposal

link to project designs

links to the demo,
links to the code,
link to screenshots
link to related presentation

& other Links to the components used

Not sure how long this blog will remain, but for now it fulfils a useful purpose.

Thanks to Chris Casey, who was the very agile developer for this project.

Thanks to WordPress.com , built on the excellent WordPress.org for the platform..

Tony Shannon
5th May 2012