GNU Solidario is happy to announce the release of GNU Health 1.4.1, in which we have incorporated support for PyPI, the Python Package Index
This version is compatible with the latest tryton release (2.2.0). Now GNU Health is also a set of python modules, fully integrated to the Python community.
In marking 10 years of the Southern California Linux Expo (SCALE) and 20 years of Linux, the SCALE team wants to incorporate an open-source approach to this year’s expo logo designs for publications and for swag.
With this in mind, the SCALE team announces a contest to select the artwork for use on this year’s conference materials.
The OpenEMR project has released version 4.1.0. This version is 100% ONC-ATB Ambulatory EHR certified for 2011-2012 when used with a certified e-prescription solution. Kudos to the SourceForge project admin Rod Roark and Tony McCormick the project manager. The effort was accomplished by a consortium of small development companies with included SunsetSystems, MI-Squared, Visolve, Z&H Healthcare, Garden State Health Systems, and Ensoftek. There were a large number of individual contributors and there is at least a partial list on the copyright information page at http://www.oemr.org/wiki/OpenEMR_Copyright_Notice .
It’s official! OpenEMR has passed all ONC certification tests as a fully qualified emr that can be used to attest for incentive moneys. The official posting:
appeared on the website 2011/08/19. Congratulations to all involved! OpenEMR 4.1 should be ready for download in a few weeks.
I’m happy to announce the succesful GNU Health Academia at the United Nations University, in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, during the last week of June
The workshop was held at the International Institute of Global Health (IIGH), where I had the opportunity to train the United Nations team in GNU Health concepts, both from the functional and technical point of view.
I have no association with this group. However, it seems to be a prime RFI for opensource projects to respond to.
See the announcement at:
The 2011 OpenClinica Global Conference will be held May 8-9 in Boston, Massachusetts. Join hundreds of your colleagues from industry, academic, and government organizations to learn about the OpenClinica open source clinical trials software.
Headlining this year’s conference is Ken Getz from the Tufts Center for the Study of Drug Development.
More information at www.OpenClinicaConference.org.
As a lot of people have realized, OpenEMR’s interface looks like something that came out of a 60’s time capsule. A company, EHR Live, has updated the interface to provide a more visually appealing interface that makes OpenEMR marketable in today’s marketplace.
SCALE 9x, the 9th Annual Southern California Linux, is now open for registration. SCALE is a community run Linux and open-source conference base in Los Angeles. SCALE will co-host several community events this year, including: Fedora Activity Day, PostgreSQL Day Los Angeles, DevOps Day Los Angeles, and a FOSS Mentoring. What ever your interest in open-source SCALE will have something for you. Join us February 25-27, 2011 at the LAX Hilton in Los Angeles.
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.