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OpenMRS is an application which enables design of a customized medical records system with no programming knowledge (although medical and systems analysis knowledge is required). It is a common framework upon which medical informatics efforts in developing countries can be built. The system is based ... [More]
Symbiosys is an implementation of PatientOS where the UI layer uses with eclipse's rcp, jface and swt widget libraries to achieve native look and feel of the gui at runtime. The system can be described as an emr, ehr, pmr, pms -- patient management system, electronic health records, electronic medical records.
This module provides a mechanism for users to communicate with system supporters/admins with system-related (not patient-specific) messages. For example: "The system is running much slower than usual today." "We need a diagnosis term for Sarcoidosis." "This ... [More]
The Baobab Voluntary Counseling and Testing (VCT) System is currently used in more than ten sites throughout Malawi. It allows clients to anonymously be tested for HIV, Tuberculosis, and other diseases. Registration clerks, counselors and lab technicians enter the collected information into Baobab ... [More]
The Touchscreen Toolkit takes web page forms and converts them into a wizard like touchscreen user interface. This means that buttons are finger sized, text is larger, and no keyboard is required to enter any data. Full documentation and usage information is maintained here: http://docs.google.com/Doc?id=dcw6g5mq_2fprpj5
A USB stick (or Live CD) containing infrastructure and an integrated setup of open source software for public health, including OpenMRS and DHIS 2, as well as relevant documentation and training material. Also goes under the name Caduceus
This module provides an interface for finding and importing data from other OpenMRS servers running the Webservices.rest Module.
EpiHandyMobile has been renamed into openXdata Mobile and is part of the tools and libraries developed through www.openxdata.org The sourcecode and newer binary versions are available at: www.openxdata.org