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OpenMRS is seeking a web designer/developer!

We are looking for a talented web designer/developer to do a major overhaul of our global community website.  We need someone who can work with our Community Director and Documentation Team to lead us through the process of developing a new branded website to tell our amazing story and clearly relay our mission with a […]

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Moving Towards an Amazing Future for OpenMRS

At OMRS18, How might we…? sparked incredible ideas for taking OpenMRS into the future, with a few people continuing the discussion into the new year. By March, a Talk post about the amazing future for OpenMRS shared the vision of a common modular application framework that could be used by different implementations, much in the […]

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Solving the Sync Challenge: OpenMRS Sync 2.0

For many OpenMRS implementations, intermittent or limited internet connectivity can present a challenge to keeping patient medical records up to date. Using the new Sync 2.0 module, health workers can plan when to send their data, know when data was not properly sent, and have duplicate patient records resolved. In 2017, Soldevelo and the OpenMRS […]

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Google Summer of Code 2019 Students Selection has been announced!

Google Summer of Code 2019 Students Selection has been announced!

OpenMRS is excited to be a mentoring organization for Google Summer of Code™ 2019!  Congratulations and a great warm welcome to the 13 students who have been selected for Google Summer of Code 2019, and extended thanks to our fantastic group of volunteer mentors, as well as all students that submitted applications this year! Since 2007, OpenMRS […]

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OpenMRS Reference Application 2.9.0 released!

It’s a moment of joy for the OpenMRS community as we announce the OpenMRS Reference Application 2.9.0 release. It’s built on the OpenMRS Platform version 2.1.3 and includes updates and bug fixes to 22 modules as well as the addition of the new Attachments module. With this release, we also bid farewell to the logic […]

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