vistA Reviews, Pricing, News, and Ratings

Learn about vistA's open source electronic medical records software for small businesses. Includes info on vistA, free trials, pricing, reviews and FAQ.

3 min read • Last updated on December 26th, 2018

VistA is open source medical records software for both small clinics and large medical centers. Features include standard progress note templates, clinical reminders, graphing, and immunization history. Clinics and medical centers use vistA to improve health quality and better manage health care delivery.

vistA Pricing:

vistA is freely availabe for download on the WorldvistA website and a number of other affiliate sites.

Vist A Reviews
vistA Summary:

Pros: Easy to use. Useful and reliable. Connected to national databases.

Cons: Writing prescriptions can be challenging, and finding external records can be difficult.

Bottomline: vistA is practical and reliable, is scalable to any sized medical organization, and is very inexpensive to manage and install.

vistA News & Activity:

There is no recent vistA news or activity to report at this time.

vistA Key Information:

Developer

Plone Foundation

Founded

1994

Headquarters

Fishers, Indiana, US

President

Paul Roeland

Phone

1 (416) 232-1206

Address

Plone Foundation, PO Box 431, Fishers, IN 46038, USA

Website

http://worldvista.org

vistA FAQs:

Is there a vistA free trial?

vistA is freely available for download on the website.

Where can I find the vistA login?

Go to worldvista.org and click "Login" in the top right corner of the homepage, or sign in directly here.

What are some vistA alternatives?

vistA Reviews:

Reviewer

Review

Roger A. Maduro

It has enabled measurable improvements in health outcomes and is central to our ability to deliver high quality lifetime care to a large and varied Veteran population.

bill_tampa

VistA/CPRS worked, but it was clunky! The process for writing a non-VA prescription was a nightmare. Trying to find outside medical records was a whole night of nightmares. And, you could populate an entire note with templated data objects and not actually need to enter anything about the actual current patient encounter.

oculus_dexter

Vista is a pain, but you could get what you need.