OSEHRA: Conducting Usability Evaluations for Meaning Use Stage 2 Funding

Healthcare Usability will be presenting at the OSEHRA conference

We are pleased to announce that our talk, "Conducting Usability Evaluations for Meaning Use Stage 2 Funding " was presented at the OSEHRA 2nd Annual Summit.

When: Friday, September 6, 2013 10:30am White Oak Rm B

Bethesda North Marriott Conference Center

For information on conducting and reporting on the §170.314(g)(3) Safety-enhanced Design Criteria for meaningful use stage two certification see:


About The Usability People

The Usability People provide User Experience (UX) consultation and Usability testing services to clients in the US and across the globe.
We have helped “mom-and-pop” shops and internet start-ups, healthcare software (EHR) vendors, enterprise organizations, universities and government agencies. We have more than 25 years of experience providing user experience consultation, usability testing and interface design services to businesses of all shapes and sizes.

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The OSEHRA community has made tremendous progress on all open source advancement fronts and will continue to highlight prevailing trends in this dynamic and ever expanding community. Community leaders in the open source, electronic health record and health information technology fields are already on board to help shape this year’s event into one that will further explore innovative and pioneering models and best practices in technical, clinical and business development. You can expect that we will further our conversations on the growing number of community-based collaborative activities such as VistA product management; Blue Button for America and the MyHealtheVet code – now residing with OSEHRA – code convergence; genomics; VistA Standardization Initiative; refactoring; modern VistA development environment, mobile health; meaningful use; and open architecture. We will also offer discussions on many government activities of VA, DoD and HHS. These developments and more continue to make open source a commanding tool in making health IT more viable and valuable for America and the world.

See http://bit.ly/187hf5L for full conference details.

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