We’re now entering the third week of the E-Health: Software Development and Implementation course (or EHSDI) in Rwanda. (Which means this blog post is about two weeks too late, but who’s counting?) The government of Rwanda has chosen to use OpenMRS as a national medical record system, used at all health facilities, as part of
Thanks to a big contribution from the Millennium Villages Project and Andreas Kollegger, we now have a richer way of representing concept names. You can read more about this here. So with that big change, we’re drawing a line in the sand and releasing OpenMRS 1.4 beta. You can find that on the pre-releases page.
Have you ever contributed — or thought about contributing — to OpenMRS’s code base? If so, we’re asking you to please complete a brief web survey at the URL below about the development process. Getting feedback from everyone is critical to helping us improve the process, and for OpenMRS to grow in the future. Thanks
OpenMRS 1.3.0 has been released. There are some major changes between this version and the prevision 1.2.02 version. When upgrading, be sure to check for upgrades to your modules to make sure they will work with the 1.3 release. Important Note! There was a good bit of cleanup in our API and authorization system. There