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OpenMRS Receives Free Software Award For Projects Of Social Benefit

Press Release | OpenMRS | March 23, 2013

OpenMRS, an Indianapolis-based free software platform for Health IT in the developing world, has received the 2012 Free Software Award for Projects of Social Benefit. Read More »

LOINC And SNOMED CT Codes To Be Linked

Joseph Goedert | HealthData Management | July 25, 2013

Regenstrief Institute in Indianapolis, which owns the LOINC terminology of codes for identifying laboratory and clinical observations, and the International Health Terminology Standards Development Organisation in Copenhagen, which owns the SNOMED Clinical Terms set of codes, will link the terminologies. Read More »

OpenMRS Installations & Users in Africa

The OpenMRS community is working to apply health information technologies (HIT) to solve problems, primarily in resource-challenged environments.  It is  a proud, global community of developers, implementers, funders, and users all trying to make the world a better place by using their expertise to improve the health and wellness of people around the globe. See map of OpenMRS Installations.

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OpenMRS Releases 2015 Annual Report

Press Release | OpenMRS | February 25, 2016

OpenMRS®, a free and open source health IT software platform built by volunteers around the world, is marking the start of its second decade by releasing its first annual report for 2015. The document highlights the achievements of the open source community in the past year, improvements to the OpenMRS software, and lays out the strategic goals for 2016...OpenMRS started in a single clinic in Western Kenya ten years ago. Since then it has grown into a global health IT solution with implementations in more than 80 countries and translations into multiple languages. Based on documented reports, OpenMRS is currently in use in 1,149 locations around the world.

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Partnership to tie LOINC and SNOMED

Diana Manos | Government Health IT | July 24, 2013

The Regenstrief Institute and the International Health Terminology Standards Development Organisation announced Wednesday they have signed a long-term agreement to begin cooperative work linking their global healthcare terminologies: Logical Observation Identifiers Names and Codes, or LOINC, and SNOMED Clinical Terms. Read More »