Month: September 2010

Insights From 5th Annual OpenMRS Meeting

John Kieti is a Database Specialist at Kenya’s National AIDS Control Council as well as a technology blogger at Last week, I had this great opportunity to be a participant at the fifth annual OpenMRS implementers meeting in Cape Town. The meeting brought together implementers, developers, and the leadership of OpenMRS. The meeting was

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OpenMRS Board Nominations…

As many of you know, we are in the process of forming a non-profit organization to support the continued growth of the OpenMRS community. Given that we all deeply believe that the success of this organization relies upon the contributions of people like you, it’s time to ask for a favor. As I mentioned at

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OpenMRS Community Wins Best Paper at MEDINFO

INDIANAPOLIS — The OpenMRS community has won the best paper contest at MEDINFO 2010, the 13th World Congress on Medical and Health Informatics. MEDINFO is organized every three years by the International Medical Informatics Association, and is the largest international conference in the field of medical informatics with over 3000 attendees. The best paper award

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OpenMRS and AMIA launch innovative partnership

INDIANAPOLIS — AMIA, the U.S.-based association for medical informatics professionals, has launched a non-profit organization called the Global Health Informatics Partnership (GHIP) to serve as an international center for collaborative initiatives on health informatics. The project includes several leaders in global health informatics, including Health Metrics Network, a partnership hosted by the World Health Organization;

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