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How Might We….Make OpenMRS the Best EHR in the world by 2030?

This was one of six questions that over 100 community members responded to during an energizing brainstorming session at OpenMRS’ 2018 Implementer’s Meeting in Nairobi, Kenya. By the end of the hour, the community had generated over 1,500 ideas! Over the coming weeks, we’ll be sharing summaries for each of the questions. During the session, […]

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OpenMRS Reference Application 2.8.1 released!

It’s a moment of joy for the openmrs community as we announce the long awaited OpenMRS Reference Application 2.8.1 release. Its built on the OpenMRS Platform version 2.1.3 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 […]

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Openmrs Platform 2.1.4 Released!

It’s a moment of joy for the openmrs community as we announce the long awaited OpenMRS platform 2.1.4 release. This is a maintenance release of 2.1.3 with lots of bug fixes. Please see the Release notes  for more information. As always, if you find any bugs, feel free to report them in our   ticket tracking system. Openmrs […]

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GCI with OpenMRS

Google Code-in 2018 with OpenMRS Concludes

After a lengthy, exciting 7 weeks, the Google Code-in 2018 (GCI) program has finally come to an end. 2018 served as the largest year for OpenMRS with a 52.4% increase in students up to a total of 823 from all over the world and a 169.3% increase in tasks completed to a total of 1072, […]

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Congratulations to our GSoC 2018 Students!

Google Sumer of Code 2018 has come to an end, and it’s been an exciting, busy and rewarding time, with some great outcomes from the students and mentors who worked tirelessly during the three month coding period. A big thank you to all the students and mentors that participated in GSoC 2018! Your time, efforts and contributions […]

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