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MAGIC Custom Programming and Training

If you have an idea for a custom program or an entire application, we would be happy to talk to you about it.

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Custom MAGIC Programs

Some hospitals operating the MEDITECH HCIS have their own programming staff, but many can't afford or don't have access to personnel experienced in programming custom MAGIC applications. Iatric Systems has several decades of MAGIC programming experience. If you have an idea for a custom program or an entire application, we would be happy to talk to you about it. Our philosophy is to choose custom programming only as a last resort. If there is a way to accomplish your goals using the system and NPR reports, we will recommend that solution. Here are examples of custom MAGIC programs we have created in the past:

 

  • Community Education Tracking System (CET)
  • Notes Management System (NMS) prevents NUR notes from being purged
  • Custom NUR Notes Viewer saves users time by merging all notes into one document for easy viewing via scrolling
  • PCI Report Launcher
  • PCI Viewer for Mock LAB data
  • Optical Disk Viewer saves users time by merging documents into one for easy viewing via scrolling

Application Development using NPR

Once you have learned advanced NPR Report writer techniques using fragments and MV arrays, you may need more advanced training  (MAGIC Sites Only). We offer on-site training on advanced programming within the NPR report writer, which can include the following topics:

 

  • Allocating your own files to create your own indexes or to incorporate non-MEDITECH / non-MAGIC data into NPR reports
  • Crossing applications without fragments using Z.link or opening prefixes
  • Uploading PC files to a magic saf/raf or downloading magic data to PC files
  • Using FTP.GHT for background file transfers (more flexible than MIS auto ftp feature)
  • Writing background jobs
  • Using MIS.SCREEN.kernel to use a CDS as your own data entry screen / mini-application
  • Accessing non-NPR data from NPR reports, including MSM (Picis) data, Mock Lab, PCI, Device Tables, LSS or Array data