“In 2005, the Hui partnered with the University of Hawaii and VistA subject matter experts throughout the continental U.S. to develop a VistA training and certification curricula for clinical application coordinators and system administrators.
�The VistA Institute curricula will serve as a resource to enhance the technical and clinical training competency needed to implement, support and encourage adoption of VistA in the healthcare market worldwide,� explained Hui Director Stanley M. Saiki, Jr., M.D…” Read on for the complete announcement and link.
HUI LAUNCHES INITIAL RELEASE OF VISTA TRAINING PROGRAM CURRICULA News Release FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
InformIT has an in-depth summary of the advantages of Free and Open Source Software: According to J. Antas the summary: ‘…focuses on the advantages of going with an open source solution.
It looks at application availability, software costs, license
management, and other issues that must factor into a decision of whether
to adopt open source in your environment.’ Editor’s note: This is also Linux Medical News 1000th posted article.
SUSEroot just went live, a site designed to help new SUSE Linux users get acquainted with their new operating system.
There is also a large section dedicated to helping MS Windows users decide if they are ready to make the switch to Linux, information on general Linux advocacy, and my new Firefox extension, SEOpen, designed to assist in search engine optimization efforts. I welcome content submitted by Linux community members about any Linux-related topic (even other distributions), details about submissions can be found here.