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VistA
Veterans Health Information Systems and Technology Architecture (VISTA), formerly Decentralized Hospital Computer Program (DHCP) of the Veterans Health Administration (VHA), Department of Veterans Affairs (VA). VistA software, developed by VA, is used to support clinical and administrative functions at VA Medical Centers nationwide. It is written in M and, via the Kernel, runs on all major M implementations regardless of vendor. VistA is composed of packages which undergo a Verification process to ensure conformity with namespacing and other VistA standards and conventions.


Source: Spinal Cord Dysfunction V. 2.0 User Manual


VistA
Acronym for Veterans Health Information Systems and Technology Architecture, the new name for Decentralized Hospital Computer Program (DHCP).


Source: Outpatient Pharmacy V. 7.0 Technical Manual/Security Guide


VistA
Veterans Health Information Systems and Technology Architecture.


Source: Clinical Procedures V. 1.0 User Manual


VistA
Veterans Health Information Systems and Technology Architecture


Source: Beneficiary Travel User Manual Version 1.0


VistA
Veterans Health Information System and Technology Architecture


Source: Clinical Case Registries V. 1.0 User Manual


VistA
Veterans Health Information Systems and Technology Architecture.


Source: Immunology Case Registry v.2.1 User Manual


VistA
Veterans Information Systems Technology Architecture, the new name for DHCP.


Source: CPRS Read-Only User Guide


VistA
The name for the VHA program responsible for installing an integrated computer system in all VHA medical facilities.


Source: Health Summary V. 2.7 Technical Manual


VistA
Veterans Information System Technology Architecture, the VHA computer program used in VA facilities.


Source: Problem List V. 2.0 User Manual


VistA
Veterans Health Information Systems and Technology Architecture


Source: Laboratory V. 5.2 Patch LR*5.2*259 AP Electronic Signature User Manual


VISTA
Veterans Health Information Systems and Technology Architecture


Source: Incomplete Records Tracking Technical Manual V. 1.0


VISTA
Veterans Health Information Systems and Technology Architecture.


Source: Intake and Output V. 4.0 Technical Manual


VISTA
Veterans Health Information Systems and Technology Architecture.


Source: Medicine V. 2.3 Technical Manual


VISTA
Veterans Health Information Systems and Technology Architecture


Source: MHA 2 Patch YS*5.01*76 User Manual



VISTA
Veterans Health Information Systems and Technology Architecture.


Source: Nursing V. 4.0 Technical Manual and Package Security Guide


VISTA
Veterans Health Information Systems and Technology Architecture.


Source: Technical Manual and Package Security Guide Version 2.11


VISTA
Veterans Information System Technology Architecture, the new name for DHCP.


Source: Patient Care Encounter V. 1.0 Technical Manual and Visit Tracking V. 2.0 Technical Manual


VISTA
Veterans Health Information Systems and Technology Architecture.


Source: BCMA V. 3.0 Manager’s User Manual


VISTA
Acronym for Veterans Health Information Systems and Technology Architecture.


Source: CMOP V. 2.0 Technical Manual


VISTA
Veterans Health Information Systems and Technology Architecture


Source: Controlled Substances V. 3.0 Inspector’s User Manual


VISTA
Acronym for Veterans Health Information Systems and Technology Architecture.


Source: Drug Accountability/Inventory Interface V. 3.0 Technical Manual/Security Guide


VistA
Veterans Health Information Systems and Technology Architecture


Source: LEDI III Implementation and User Guide V. 5.2


VistA
Veterans Health Information Systems and Architecture


Source: Laboratory Point of Care Interface Installation and User Guide V. 5.2


VistA
Veterans Health Information System and Technology Architecture


Source: Nutrition and Food Service Outpatient Meals User Manual v.5.5


VistA
Veterans Health Information Systems and Technology Architecture.


Source: Pharmacy Benefits Management V. 4.0 Technical Manual/ Security Guide


VistA
Veterans Health Information Systems and Technology Architecture.


Source: Pharm: National Drug File V. 4.0 Technical Manual


This is a Glossary term from the VistA Documentation Library