Release ME: MedEd Enhancements in RECL (formerly tEMR) v2.3.0

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Are you searching for something? Organizing, searching and filtering large volumes of information are at the bedrock of why we started building Electronic Health/ Medical Records (EHR / EMRs) back in the 1970s. There is certainly volumes of data that says providers are not happy with their EHR / EMRs. Quickly getting to the right information is not one of those issues with our EHR / EMR. As we branched from our clinical system to this academic EHR / EMR for students, we heard a familiar theme from students and educators in,”How do we find patients with “X?” At the time of this blog, we have a little over 11.5K de-identified and misidentified patients in the EHR / EMR for applied learning, so that is a valid question–that we have answered. More needles. Fewer haystacks. One of the exciting features of this release is the […]

Feature Rich: First Time Users Get An Upgrade

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I had to travel quite a bit for my old role with a healthcare IT organization. That meant that I spent a significant amount of precious time in hotels and airports. If you have had to do much travel in your life, then you might value (like I do) the little things like an upgrade. A Little Smarter, A lot Easier The world around us is getting more intelligent. Wouldn’t you agree? Everything is “smart” or at least is getting smarter with age. We like to think here at the Regenstrief Institute’s Center for Biomedical Informatics that we are building those smarts into our EHR learning platform. Our development team has done just that with our latest release v2.2.5. In our last release, we’ve made it simpler for users not to have to remember another login and password with our single sign-on capabilities. Now we have […]

Feature Rich: Single Sign-on in v2.2.0

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The team is excited about the latest release from the Regenstrief EHR Clinical Learning Platform (formerly the Teaching EMR – tEMR) team. The essential items in this release where our transition from Oracle to PostgreSQL, Drug Alerts, and support for Single Sign-on. These are significant milestones in our product evolution. This Fall, several new programs (University of Connecticut School of Medicine and University of Southern Indiana) will be going live. We also have completed some work for a research project for a National Science Foundation (NSF)-funded grant using the Regenstrief EHR Clinical Learning Platform (formerly the Teaching EMR) in this latest release. Support for Single Sign-On with the CAS2 protocol Who really wants to remember another password? The average person has to remember 19-27 discrete logins which require passwords according to several polls I found online. So much so, that the anger we feel when prompted […]

Feature Rich: Timed Release of Regenstrief EHR Clinical Learning Platform v2.1.0

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We don’t think much about how a fine timepiece works. There are many intricate, complex, and small moving parts. Each with a purpose to keep time accurate and moving forward. The tEMR team recently completed our latest upgrades for the Regenstrief EHR Clinical Learning Platform (formerly the Teaching EMR). This application release was one that we are ALL excited to share with the Regenstrief EHR Clinical Learning Platform (formerly the Teaching EMR) community and the future users of the tool. We released the updates to the application last Friday, April 22nd, and it was worth the wait. List of essential items in the latest upgrade: Natural Language Processing User Management Users Classes Bulk User/Class Import Curriculum Management Courses and Lessons Patient Locator (RPG) Rule Authoring (RAVE) It’s Natural: NLP inside RECL Platform (formerly tEMR) I won’t get into the weeds too much on this post, […]