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UMass Inventor Insists On Due Credit For Nurses Who Innovate

UMass Amherst nursing professor Rachel Walker, PhD, RN is named to the American Association for the Advancement of Scientists.

“SHE ABSOLUTELY HAS SOCIOPATHIC TENDENCIES”: ELIZABETH HOLMES, SOMEHOW, IS TRYING TO START A NEW COMPANY!

WJS reporter and “Bad Blood” author John Carreyrou provides a couple of new tidbits about Elizabeth Holmes.

NYU Langone Health tests out Amazon Business programs

NYU Langone Health is testing Amazon Business for allowing employees to order supplies directly as it works to evolve into a more digitally-savvy organization.

VA Moves to Launch Implant Registry with FDA, CMS, DoD Input

The VA will create a medical implant registry to allow it to notify patients about recalls, identify devices in emergencies, and track outcomes.

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  1. RE: last week’s MEDITECH update and the new Expanse platform….it’s interesting the amount of traction and credit MEDITECH is receiving for bringing a “cloud” “web-based” EMR to market with Expanse. I think it’s important that your readers know it is the latest release of the 6.16 naming convention/platform. It’s still client server, MUMPS based architecture. You need look no further than their own branding guide, or a Navin Hafty and Associates newsletter…..

    “MEDITECH Expanse is our web-based, next generation EHR platform. The name Expanse is replacing WEB EHR and 6.16. Expanse is a unifying platform for the future, and we will therefore no longer publicly use numbering schemes in communication with the market and customers.”

    “MEDITECH’s Web EHR platform (version 6.16) has a new name: Expanse. MEDITECH has opted to remove the numbering scheme from its web-based platform, as well as from any future platforms.”

  2. The same literature states that Expanse “minimizes costly third-party, three-tier connections and highly
    regimented device requirements.” The majority of Expanse is accessible through a web browser. Prior versions did not have this technology.

  3. Don’s statements aren’t entirely accurate and can be misleading. 6.16/Expanse is largely built in M-AT and web technologies, with those applications being written completely from the ground up in this new technology. 6.16/Expanse DOES have a subset of applications yet to be rewritten, the bulk of which consists of the general financials (General Ledger, Cost Accounting, Accounts Payable…). So, yes, those applications are NPR based (Client/Server), but modified with a web overlay. In that respect, Don is correct.







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