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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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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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Migrating OpenMRS to use Artifactory and Bintray

The OpenMRS maven repository, which is used daily by every OpenMRS developer, was migrated to Artifactory Cloud over a month ago. It was possible thanks to a generous contribution from the JFrog company letting us use a free cloud instance. Artifactory is a repository for various software artifacts, but we use it mainly for maven build […]

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OpenMRS Annual Report

OpenMRS Releases 2016 Annual Report Following Inaugural Report

OpenMRS community surpasses nearly every metric from 2015 as documented in their second annual report, demonstrating increased effectiveness in solving many problems around healthcare delivery in low-resource areas around the world. INDIANAPOLIS — March 23, 2017 — OpenMRS®, a free and open source health IT software platform built by volunteers around the world, is marking […]

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OpenMRS Google Code-In student Nji Collins Wins Grand Prize

OpenMRS Google Code-In student Nji Collins became the first African winner of the prestigious Grand Prize award! In Nov. 2016, Nji Collins (aka Collin Grimm), a high school student from Bamenda, Cameroon, participated in Google Code-In, the global online coding contest which for pre-university students aged 13 to 17. GCI introduces young talented minds to […]

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