OpenMRS is a community of people working to apply health information technologies to solve problems, primarily in resource-poor environments.  It is  a proud community of developers, implementers, funders, and users all trying to make the world a better place by using our expertise to improve the health and wellness of the planet.

OpenMRS is a free, open-source electronic medical record (EMR) system.  All of the core resources that make up the system are open source and freely available. OpenMRS is programmed in Java and the core application works through a web-browser. The back end database is currently in MySQL.

OpenMRS is now in use around the world including South Africa, Kenya, Rwanda, Lesotho, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, Uganda, Tanzania, Haiti, India, China, United States, Pakistan, the Phillipines, and many other places.

Homepage: OpenMRS


Request to add Bahmni to the list of EHR system


I was wondering if you would consider adding Bahmni -- the open source EMR & Hospital system built on top of OpenMRS, OpenELIS and OpenERP to your list of EHR. Bahmni has been developed by ThoughtWorks, and has already been implemented in more than 30 locations world wide. Its website:

Thanks! Gurpreet (Product Manager - Bahmni)