Advanced Data Concepts, a small, Oklahoma based software development and consulting firm, announced today that it is nearing the release of PhoenixEMR – an electronic medical records package aimed at solo and small medical practices. The software is scheduled to be released on January 1, 2011 according to a company spokesperson.
Monthly Archives: November 2010
FreeDiams v0.5.0 released
FreeDiams is a drug prescribing assistant that manages drug-drug interactions, patients allergies, intolerances and high quality printing. FreeDiams is a free and open source application, GPLv3.
FreeDiams can manage multiple drugs databases. Are available:
- USA: FDA
- France: AFSSAPS
- South Africa: SAEPI
- Canadian: HCDPD
DoceboLMS 4.0.2 open source E-Learning platform unveiled
DoceboLMS 4.0.2, open source e-learning platform written in PHP and MYSQL, is online, scope of this release is to integrate new web training scenario like social training and third party applications interfacement. Platform is used on major hospitals and pharma companies.
openSUSE medical team releases stable version 0.0.6
Some month our team was busy, and so you hasn’t heard about us. But we are alive. We are pleased to announce our new openSUSE Distribution who still medical needs.
Whats happened? In the beginning of the project we tried to package some stuff just as beginning. Then we published 2 pre versions, but there we found some things to fix. We have worked hard for you, and now we are pleased to announce openSUSE medical version 0.0.6 with fresh packaged packages.
Medical 1.0 RC1 released
I’m happy to announce the first Release Candidate version of Medical, the Free Health and Hospital Information System. This version is the result of over 2 years of hard work, and I see it as the starting point for a modern, scalable Free Health and Hospital Information System.
VistA Gets Pediatric Growth Charts
Astronaut and TMG have announced that the Astronaut VistA Installer Suite version 1.0 release candidate 2 contains usable growth charts in the TMG-CPRS reports tab for the first time in VistA history.