Open Source VistA EHR
Proven. Open. Affordable.
An electronic health record for healthcare facilities that is freely available and can be customized, extended and implemented by the open source community of developers and system integrators.
A Solution You Can Afford
Open Source VistA saves millions of dollars.
West Virginia University (WVU) spent $92 million to acquire and implement a proprietary EHR system in its 7 hospitals that operate 526 beds.
West Virginia Department of Health & Human Resources spent $9 million to acquire and implement VistA across its 7 hospitals that operate 776 beds.
No Vendor Lock-In: Configurable & Flexible
With open source, you’re not dependent on vendor-scheduled upgrades. You own the code. Extensions and innovations can be on your schedule and terms.
Ready for interoperability- open platform with published API’s
Access to 100’s of add-ons & enhancements, many at no cost
Vibrant implementation & support system available
Exchange software and ideas with users all over the world.
Oroville Hospital in Northern California, with a medical staff of more than 130 physicians, self-implemented VistA in 2012.
Jordan began implementing VistA in 2009 across their national healthcare system.
The Idaho Department of Health and Welfare implemented VistA at its North and South hospitals.
VistA is used in over 380 Indian Health Service hospitals and clinics.
Lutheran Medical Center, a 476-bed teaching hospital in Brooklyn, NY, has used VistA since 2010.
New York State Office of Mental Health selected VistA for 24 Hospitals and more than 300 clinics.
North Carolina Central Regional Hospital went live with VistA in 2013.
The Tennessee Department of Health has selected VistA as its statewide EHR.
U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs
Today’s VistA serves nearly 9 million Veterans as part of the largest healthcare system in the United States.
Open Source VistA is proven in the commercial marketplace
installations in the United States
Cost-Effective and Customizable
Open source VistA is the most cost-effective and customizable EHR in its class. Click on the button below to view the presentation Business Drivers Behind Open Source EHR Acquisition and Implementation. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you have additional questions.Click here to watch Business Drivers Behind Open Source EHR Acquisition and Implementation