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VA Code in Flight Submission - Modern Progress Notes App (code and docs)
Please use this identifier to cite or link to this publication: http://hdl.handle.net/10909/11094
Submitted by OI&T EPMO Lean Systems Engineering Open Source Coordination Office on 06-08-2015.
The VA MPN application brings Progress Note Construction Set (PNCS)/Compensation and Pension Record iterchange (CAPRI)-style template creation and execution into the modern technological environment, targeting implementation that is operating system agnostic. The VA MPN improves the ease of provider documentation using primarily mobile devices while maintaining legacy compatibility with desktop workstations. Additionally, the VA MPN application includes the development of a sophisticated What-You-See-Is-What-You-Get (WYSIWYG) database-driven design environment. The VA MPN application includes the ability to extend form functionality to support back-end decision support, such as support for coding form objects to standardized coding schemes. The VA MPN application is for the development of code for use within VA and for subsequent release by VA to the open source community. Code developed for the VA MPN application will be delivered to VA for eventual deployment to VA production systems.

VA MPN Form Builder (formerly known as PNCS), utilizing Orbeon Form Builder open source software as its core software, allows end users to build and deploy forms quickly and efficiently from desktop web browsers. Some key product features of the VA MPN Form Builder are:
• Completely web-based; therefore, software installation is not necessary
• Cross browser support for desktop environments
• WYSIWYG ("What You See Is What You Get") designer
• Versioning of form templates
• Common data types are supported for validation and User Interface (UI) controls
• Builds forms with a HyperText Markup Language (HTML5) output
• Internationalization is supported (forms in multiple languages)
• Advanced Features, such as a built-in Web Services editor, where services and actions can be built, without writing code, directly from
• the editor
• Produces accessible forms, without scripts, using either Asynchronous Java Script and XML (AJAX) or other modes
• Open Source Model (can be tailored to fit the needs of VA)

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