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OpenMRS Platform 1.10.1 Released!

OpenMRS 1.10.1 has just been released. The release mainly contains a re-work of the order entry API and some bug fixes. A huge thanks to the people that contributed code to this release: Daniel Kayiwa, Darius Jazayeri, Deepak N, Paweł Muchowski, Radoslaw Puzdrowski, Rafal Korytkowski, Rohan Poddar, Vinay Venu, Wyclif Luyima. Not to mention all the […]

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OpenMRS Platform 1.10.0 Released!

OpenMRS 1.10.0 has just been released. The release mainly contains a re-work of the order entry API and some bug fixes. A huge thanks to the 25+ people that contributed code to this release: Ak, Alexis Cartier, Andras Szell, Bharti Nagpal, Damian Szafranek, Daniel Kayiwa, Darius Jazayeri, Deepak N, Harsha Kumara, Gitahi Ng’ang’a, Jakub Kondrat, […]

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Now available: OpenMRS 1.8.2

I’m pleased to announce the availability of OpenMRS 1.8.2. In this minor release,  below are the bugs that were fixed with one major one: (Major) A fix to display the last 3 encounters  for a patient on the form entry tab on the patient dashboard which was broken. The concept statistics page was also fixed for […]

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OpenMRS 1.8.1 Now Available!

I’m pleased to announce the availability of OpenMRS 1.8.1. In this minor release, a couple of bugs have been fixed and a few minor enhancements have been added. There are no database changes since OpenMRS 1.8.0. As a reminder, we now offer a new “standalone” version of OpenMRS. With this version, everything you need to […]

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OpenMRS 1.8 Now Available!

I’m pleased to announce the availability of OpenMRS 1.8. Recently, we asked the OpenMRS community for suggestions on how to improve the performance of our system in “real world” implementations. After collecting a lot of feedback, we’re proud to announce this latest version, which is less focused on new functionality, and more focused on making existing […]

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