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How OpenMRS is Used to Fight Malaria in Endemic Areas

OpenMRS is an electronic medical record platform designed to be used in low-resource environments where malaria and many other deadly diseases are endemic such as Uganda, where malaria is the primary cause of death in children. OpenMRS is currently used in over 1,800 medical clinics in 64 countries, providing the health information technology infrastructure that […]

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Meet our 2017 Google Summer of Code students!

Congratulations to the 15 students selected by OpenMRS to participate in Google Summer of Code™ this year! A total of nearly 1,400 students were selected to participate with 201 different open-source projects. As the organization administrators for the program, we are thrilled to announce our 11th year of participation yet in the annual event graciously sponsored by Google. […]

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OpenMRS Reference Application 2.6.0 released!

The long awaited OpenMRS Reference Application 2.6.0 has been released. Its built on the OpenMRS Platform version 2.0.5 with several bug fixes and new modules included. Please see the Release Notes for more information. Thanks to everyone who was part of the team and to everyone who greatly participated to make sure that this release was […]

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Cintia Del Rio: OpenMRS Volunteer of the Month

OpenMRS Volunteer of the Month: Cintia Del Rio

OpenMRS is happy to announce that the community has selected @cintiadr as the Volunteer of the Month for May! We are really lucky to have Cintia working with us. Thank you for your commitment to OpenMRS @cintiadr! Name: Cintia My openmrs ID – cintiadr Tell us a little about your background: I’ll keep it short and sweet! […]

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OpenMRS Platform 2.0.5 released!

Hi All, OpenMRS Platform 2.0.5 is released! For download instructions and details in this release, take a look at the release notes. Thanks for everyone who made it happen! Rafał Korytkowski On Behalf of the OpenMRS community

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