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HITECH Compliance

HITECH Compliance is a HITECH, HIPAA and Technology Compliance, integration and support company. As one of the few vendors to obtain and maintain all of the prestigious American Health Information Managers Association’s (AHIMA) Certified Healthcare Technical Support credentials, HITECH Compliance is proud to be a Certified OpenEMR Professional Support Provider and Contributor.

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How A Free Mobile App Fights Ebola And Other Global Epidemics

The enormity and severity of the West African Ebola epidemic that began in 2014 is hard to fathom. The outbreak resulted in more than 11,000 deaths, and hundreds of thousands of people affected by loss. Providing adequate care for any medical condition depends on information, but even more so when dealing with an epidemic that is as severe, dangerous, and fast-moving as Ebola. This is the story of how a dispersed global health IT community banded together to solve the enormous, unique information challenges presented by Ebola...

How can an Electronic Health Solution help Physicians Keep their Doors Open

In my previous article I started to address the unenviable position that physicians in the United States find themselves, in and how open source solutions can help them keep their doors open. In this article we will address some of the additional business challenges that physician offices and clinics face, and how the Electronic Health Solution (EHS) that we just released can help give them the tools and flexibility to both care for their patients and run a sustainable practice.

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How I Ended Up Working in Open Source Healthcare

These days I am one of a small handful of core committers to OpenEMR, but more importantly I am the visible face of the project through my role as the current president of the OEMR.org 501(c)(3), standing on the contributions of a respectable, worldwide, community of active users, contributing developers, and vendors. We have done some seemingly impossible things, like get the OpenEMR project through the ONC's "Meaningful Use" Certification, without which it would have all but died out in the United States. Now, with the project 14 years old and about to be recertified under Meaningful Use Stage 2, it's time to reimagine and reengineer the core without losing the goodness we have and the good will of the community...

Is an Open Source EMR (OpenEMR) the Right Choice for Medical Practices?

Being the lead developer of OpenEMR, the world’s most widely deployed open source electronic medical record (EMR) system, I field calls on a daily basis from people who want to implement it. As part of the due diligence to discover and deliver the best possible outcome for the client, we give them a set of different implementation options that they can consider. The options range from a basic OpenEMR implementation at their offices, to a far more advanced and feature-packed “cloud” solution called BlueEHS.

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JunoEMR

JunoEMR is a Cloud-based EMR solution developed from the open-source software OSCAR with a focus on stability, cloud hosting, 3rd party integrations, new User Interface improvements and many quality of life updates. JunoEMR is fully integrated with provincial Medical billing and Labs systems in Canada as well as PHR, patient engagement, eFaxing Telehealth systems and much more. Read More »

LiteKey

LiteKey Health's mission is to provide innovative and measurable web-based and mobile technology solutions for Healthcare Providers, Fitness Professionals, and Life Sciences. Our data-centric solutions enable individuals and healthcare professionals to understand and utilize health information to manage personal wellness. LiteKey supports and hosts Electronic Medical/Health Records (EMR/EHR) and Computerized Physician Order Entry (CPOE) systems built on the OpenEMR platform.

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Medical Information Integration, LLC

Medical Information Integration (MI2) has been consulting and developing solutions for the healthcare industry since 1995. We have been instrumental in the development of open source Electronic Health Records (EHRs) and are the recognized experts in providing services, support and setup of Librehealth EHR and Meaningful Use (MU-2) Certified OpenEMR. Our cost-effective solutions offer freely accessible data, an open ecosystem of solutions providers, as well as reliable hosting and support!

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Medium Healthcare

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Medium Healthcare is a company based in Nepal with specialization in creating new and innovative tools to help meet the needs of modern days healthcare organizations. Their mission is to create healthcare environment more secure and meet the modern day requirement by creating IT solution to meet hospital information system needs. Read More »

NETIC Infoservicios

Netic Infoservices 's mission is to spread the advantages of open source software for the health care profession. It is based in Argentina and services all the Spanish-speaking countries and regions.

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Open Source Governance and the Rise of a New Open Health Movement

It's hard to tell if (or when) new open source foundations will appear and claim a leading role in healthcare. It would be interesting to see one created to scale an existing viable model, such as the one from Oroville Hospital using VistA. Or we could see OSEHRA shifting its focus and expanding its charter beyond just the US government space. Nevertheless, the successful foundation would keep a low barrier to entry for innovators, allowing them to incorporate and scale open source healthcare technologies into commercial products. Time will tell, but what's for certain is that we live in interesting times, and I am looking forward to massive innovation in healthcare in the near future. The time is ripe.

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OpenEMR Launches Multiple Turn-Key Solution Options Through Amazon's Cloud Services

Press Release | OpenEMR | May 30, 2018

OpenEMR, the most popular open-source electronic health record and medical practice management solution, now offers a full panel of easy to install packages on Amazon's Cloud Services. In 2017, OpenEMR released its first Amazon Cloud Services offering, OpenEMR Cloud Full Stack, with the goal of enabling Enterprise use of OpenEMR.  However many clinics and academic settings did not require the complexities of a large-scale full cloud offering and/or HIPAA eligibility.  The OpenEMR community realized that a one size fits all Amazon cloud service approach could not address the vast range of different requirements and workflows in modern-day clinical and academic settings.

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OpenEMR v.4.1.2 - Planned Release

OpenEMR is finalizing plans for the upcoming release of version 4.1.2 of their award winning electronic medical record (EMR) software solution by September 2013. It has been estimated that there are more than 5,000 installations of OpenEMR in physician offices and other small healthcare facilities across the U.S. serving more than 30 million patients. Read More »

OpenEMR Vendor Launches Digital Solution to help Healthcare Providers Meet Pandemic Challenges

Press Release | Health Tech, Inc. | May 13, 2020

Handling an influx of sick patients can be challenging at any time, but today with the Coronavirus pandemic, it becomes even more crucial to have procedures in place to manage crowded areas and maintain social distancing. To meet the increasing demands of technology for Health Clinics, Urgent Care and Private Practice, HealthTech has launched new solutions that streamline e-Prescribing and Patient Scheduling, increasing the efficiency of the way patients and healthcare providers connect.

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OpenEMR's Participation at the Google Summer of Code 2020 a Resounding Success

Press Release | OpenEMR Foundation | September 9, 2020

The OpenEMR project participated in the recently completed Google Summer of Code 2020. Google Summer of Code is an international program by Google which sponsors and pairs open-source organizations with students to work on software development projects. Selected students are sponsored by Google to work on an open-source project for three months. For OpenEMR, Google Summer of Code was a resounding success and the OpenEMR community could not be prouder of the participating student's achievements. OpenEMR is appreciative of the 20 mentors who contributed their time and expertise. One of the core OpenEMR mentors, Tyler Wrenn, stated, "Google Summer of Code was a great experience for mentors, students, and OpenEMR, and I look very forward to doing it again next year."

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