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VIReC Database and Methods Seminar

Joint Longitudinal Viewer (JLV) and Research, Part 1: Getting Started


by Amber Lane, BS ; Reese Omizo, MD
Seminar date: 3/1/2021

Description: 'Joint Longitudinal Viewer (JLV), formerly Joint Legacy Viewer, is VA’s VistAWeb replacement for electronic health record (EHR) chart review. In addition to allowing access to complete health records from VA and DoD legacy and modern systems, JLV is the bridging technology for VA’s EHR Modernization transition, ensuring safe and high-quality healthcare and benefits delivery. As sites transition to the Cerner Millennium EHR, JLV provides users from either system with a way to see information residing in the other.
This seminar is part one of a two-part series and will include an interactive presentation on setting up JLV and using it for basic tasks in the research setting. The presentation will cover what you need to get started using JLV, from describing what JLV is, to requesting research access, to setting up your workspace and then finally to using it. This seminar is meant for users new to JLV. Users interested in more advanced JLV techniques should check out 'JLV and Research Part 2: A Deeper Look, on 3/15/21 .
Objectives:
Attendees will learn:
• What JLV is and is not
• How to request JLV access
• How to set up an efficient JLV workspace
• Methods for finding information in JLV

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