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2017 OpenMRS Implementers’ Conference

Global OpenMRS Community Met in Malawi for their Annual Implementers’ Conference “eHealth to promote evidence based health service delivery and interoperability” One hundred seventy five members of the worldwide OpenMRS community–representing 20 countries–met in Malawi this past December for the 2017 OpenMRS Implementers’ Conference. This event was the second consecutive year a national government sponsored […]

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IHV Nigeria Deploys Fully Paperless Real-Time PoC Using OpenMRS

The Institute of Human Virology in Nigeria is launching OpenMRS Real-time Point of Care at University of Abuja Teaching Hospital (UATH) today. The facility is now officially paperless fully run by clinic staff, well trained on OpenMRS application. Way to go IHV Nigeria and OpenMRS community! Read more about IHV Nigeria on their website.

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2017 OpenMRS Annual Report Front Page

2017 OpenMRS Annual Report

We are pleased to publish our third OpenMRS Annual Report. Your ongoing contributions to the community, together with your valuable input throughout the past years, has resulted in the vibrant community that we know as OpenMRS. This report is a snapshot of our work over the last year that is additive to the work that […]

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Help support OpenMRS financially this Holiday Season

What’s Going On? Over 40 million people in developing countries are infected with diseases such as HIV/AIDS, multi-drug–resistant tuberculosis, and malaria. Outbreaks of Ebola and other viruses could threaten tens of millions more. The immense threats to global health equity require simple, easy to use, and cost effective healthcare systems and health IT. How is […]

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Supporting Rural Health in Neno District

Malawi with OpenMRS Since 1987, Partners In Health (PIH), an international NGO headquartered in Boston, has been working with Ministries of Health in 10 countries to provide high-quality, comprehensive, community-based health care—“a preferential option for the poor in the hardest to reach areas. Known in Malawi as Abwenzi Pa Za Umoyo (APZU), PIH was invited […]

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