DSS Offers Deep VA Workflow and Technology Expertise

This is fifth in a series of blog posts highlighting DSS’s experience and success stories supporting the VA and improving Veteran care and outcomes.

With a deep legacy in supporting innovation development for the VA, DSS offers something highly unique in this arena: its peoples’ technical expertise to help the VA meet mission and innovation goals.

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Over 10 Years of Experience Implementing VistA in Commercial Healthcare Environments

This is third in a series of blog posts highlighting DSS’s experience and success stories supporting the VA and improving Veteran care and outcomes.

For more than 10 years, DSS has invested in enhancing VistA for all hospitals and health systems. This effort has involved the extensive fine-tuning of a proven and flexible health information system, which enables interoperability and ARRA Meaningful Use certification, as well as reduces cos

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DSS, Inc.: Deep Legacy of VistA Support and Integration Expertise

Following is the first in a series of blog posts highlighting how DSS, Inc. is the ideal VistA support partner as the VA manages its new electronic health record modernization (EHRM) effort.

As DSS, Inc. continues its 25-plus-year legacy of improving healthcare delivery, tackling interoperability challenges, and enhancing patient outcomes, the company also possesses a historical record of being the premier integrator of commercial applications within the VistA environment to meet the challenging care needs of Veterans.

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DSS, Inc. Advances Power of HIT Innovations at HIMSS 2018

Launching Juno EHR, Showcasing Interoperability Capabilities, and Advancing Diagnostic Imaging Recommendations at HIMSS 2018

With an expected 45,000-plus attendees, HIMSS 2018 is the premier event for education, innovation and collaboration for helping to uncover the promise of health information and technology – now and well into the future.  Once again, DSS will be on the forefront of bringing this promise to life at the conference.

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Supporting Veterans During Suicide Prevention Month

U.S. suicide rates have surged in recent years. The age-adjusted suicide rate is up 24 percent from 1999 – 2014, according to a study released last year by the National Center for Health Statistics. Veterans are more at risk than the general public, facing roughly double the risk as the general population according to data from 2014. For every completed suicide, there are 25 attempts. Combatting this terrible toll on human life and potential is a top priority for the U.S. Dept. of Veterans Affairs (VA). September is National Suicide Prevention month, and VA is determined to do all it can to fight this health crisis.

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