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OpenMRS Road Map Update

The OpenMRS leadership team met in Boston earlier this month to review OpenMRS priorities. Before meeting, we asked for your feedback on OpenMRS priorities to help guide the road map over the next year. Your feedback really helped inform our discussion and focus our priorities. We heard very clear priorities for improving existing functionality and […]

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OpenMRS Meeting in Boston

On May 26th we had an OpenMRS developers and implementers meeting in Boston at Harvard Medical School. The goal was to introduce people in the US east coast to OpenMRS, and to give developers, users and potential users a chance to meet and learn about the system. We also provided phone and Skype connections for […]

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Darius Jazayeri wins 2009 Pizzigati Prize for Public Interest Computing

Darius Jazayeri has won the 2009 Pizzigati Prize for Public Interest Computing from the Tides Foundation, partly for his work on OpenMRS. Darius has worked on open source medical records in developing countries with Partners in Health for eight years where he is the lead software designer, and has been one of the lead designers […]

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OpenMRS presented at three international meetings

OpenMRS presented at three international meetings this summer. We gave a series of talks at major conferences this summer. Hamish Fraser and Bill Tierney presented at Medinfo2007 in Brisbane in August and also gave a panel there on OpenMRS and EMR systems in developing countries. OpenMRS was also presented and discussed extensively at the first […]

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