Uversa was recently contracted by the Primary Care Coalition of Montgomery County Maryland to conduct a feasibility assessment determining whether it is possible to build an Open Source medications database. The goal was to use only public domain data to produce a result that is commensurate with what is commercially available. They deserve a large amount of credit for consistently funding and actively creating open source solutions to public and community health problems. A summary of findings are in the body of the post. We are currently looking for an appropriate place to publish a formal paper of the results. If you have useful information on public domain medications information (especially warning stickers or patient information sheets) or may be able to assist in funding please contact us at email@example.com . All feedback and questions are welcome.