OIO answers the question: Why get stuck with a system that will not grow with your practice or project? With the latest release of the Open Infrastructure for Outcomes (0.9.3), forms created with OIO and hosted on any OIO server can be downloaded as XML files. This opens the door to the creation of
“forms” libraries, where forms can be cataloged, peer-reviewed, indexed, searched, and easily shared on the web. The first public “forms” library is now online at OIO’s main site, www.TxOutcome.Org
What is the OIO Library?
The OIO Library is more than a file download and management server.
It is an integral component of the Open Infrastructure for Outcomes (OIO) that
enables collaborative development and distribution of next generation
data management tools. The OIO Library manages the “forms”, and
the OIO Server uses the “forms” to manage data (collected from patients,
customers, etc). In flexible and scalable configurations, organizations
and individuals can implement OIO systems to serve their
particular data management needs. Ultimately, an useful library
of forms and other data reporting/analysis tools will be
available to further reduce the cost of developing and maintaining
(i.e. item names, question prompts, itemtypes).
project or documentation page
You can run your own OIO server (version 0.9.3)
or register for a public access account at www.TxOutcome.Org.
OIO file download, mailing list, and development are hosted by sourceforge.net with the OIO project here on sourceforge.