WELCOME TO THE KERNEL!
Massachusetts General Hospital Utility Multiprogramming System.)
You use the Kernel when you sign-on, navigate among menus, print reports,
or send electronic mail messages. The Help Processor, the system you are
using right now, is also part of the Kernel.
Enter [CONTINUE] to learn more about the Kernel.
The Kernel is the central set of DHCP utility programs. This includes
the VA File Manager, Menu Manager, Sign-on/Security System, Device
Handler, Task Manager, and MailMan. All DHCP application packages,
such as Laboratory or Pharmacy, rest upon the central Kernel utilities.
(As you know, the VA's Decentralized Hospital Computer Program is called
DHCP. It primarily uses the computer language called MUMPS, that's the