Year: 2023

The Types of FHIR Guides Growing in the OpenMRS Ecosystem

Across the Global Goods industry, there is growing momentum about how to use FHIR to achieve interoperability, or evidence-based content guidance. However, there also seems to be confusion when we just talk about “a FHIR Implementation Guide (IG)” without clarifying the type of IG that we mean. For example: This year we have heard other Global

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A SMART Recipe for Adapting SMART Guidelines for OpenMRS

For years, health care workers spent considerable time and effort navigating various guidelines for patient care coming from their own ministries of health as well as global bodies. At the same time, the OpenMRS community has long sought a solution for Decision Support rule authorship and calculation. SMART Guidelines offer countries and global goods a

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Transitioning to OpenMRS 3: A New Experience for Current Implementations

At some point, all software undergoes a significant evolution. OpenMRS is no different. Since its inception in 2005, OpenMRS has seen its share of technology shifts and updates. Whether it is an update to core technologies and tooling or new features and functionality, these improvements often find their way to OpenMRS implementations through platform, module,

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Reference Application 2.13.0 Released!

The long awaited OpenMRS Reference Application 2.13.0 has been released! This release is build on Platform 2.5.9 and it falls in openmrs 2.x. line with several bug fixes and new features included. Please see the Release notes for more information. As always, if you find any bugs, feel free to report them in our ticket

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OpenMRS Platform 2.6.0 Released

This is to let everyone know that the OpenMRS Platform 2.6.0 has been released!. This is a major release version of the OpenMRS API that follows 2.5.8. Something exciting and worth mentioning is that the alpha and beta releases have successfully been tested against the UAT Platform Server, the qarefapp server and openMRS 3.0 with

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