International Health Terminology Standards Development Organisation (IHTSDO) Open Sources Health Terminology Workbench

Accelerates Global Collaboration to Develop and Use Shared Toolset

Copenhagen, Denmark: December 17, 2009 – The International Health Terminology Standards Development Organisation announced today that it is making source code for the IHTSDO Workbench, including tools to develop, maintain, and facilitate the use of SNOMED CT, freely available under an Apache2 open source agreement. IHTSDO will also make a number of seats on the collaborative web-based environment used to host the Workbench available free of charge to open source developers. Continue reading

Tickets Version 2.11 – A Free/Open Source Computer Aided Dispatch Program

Tickets Version 2.11 – A Free, Open Source Computer Aided Dispatch(CAD) Program

The Open ISES (Information Systems for Emergency Services) Project is proud to announce the latest release of flagship software product, Tickets Version 2.11. Tickets is a web-based computer aided dispatch (CAD) program that leverages the power of Google maps to bring a high end open source CAD product to the emergency services community. Tickets can perform a number of functions including phone number look-up, driving directions, schedule events, and more. Continue reading

Instructional video: Brief Introduction to the Astronaut VistA Installer

Editor’s note: Astronaut, LLC is owned by the same conspiracy that runs Linux Medical News. On the front page of the Astronaut, LLC website with direct YouTube link here is a 9 minute video introduction to the Astronaut VistA Installer starring Astronaut and Kevin Toppenberg’s TMG-CPRS and VistA-Config. The client action begins at about 4:20 This is best seen with the higher-resolution HQ setting on in the player controls.