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One million reasons to celebrate our amazing community…

Happy 2018! As we enter into OpenMRS’ fourteenth year, I am regularly reminded of the amazing power of community. It’s anywhere you look: from the hundreds of new code contributions to our code base by dozens of new contributors each month, to the hundreds of “helping hand” communications on our forums, to the tireless efforts […]

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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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OpenMRS Platform 2.1.2 released!

Hello OpenMRS Community, I am delighted to announce that OpenMRS Platform 2.1.2 has been released! For details and download instructions please just take a look at the release notes. Big thanks to everyone who has worked tirelessly to see that this release happens! Irene Nyakate On behalf of the OpenMRS Community

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OpenMRS Reference Application 2.7.0 released!

The long awaited OpenMRS Reference Application 2.7.0 has been released. Its built on the OpenMRS Platform version 2.0.6 with several bug fixes and new modules included. Please see the Release Notes for more information. Thanks to everyone who was part of the team and to everyone who greatly participated to make sure that this release […]

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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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