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GSoC 2019: OpenMRS has been accepted as a mentor organization!

As the Admins for GSoC 2019 we are delighted to bring to your notice that OpenMRS has again been selected as a mentor Organisation even this year. We thank the community for the effort you put in to help us submit a good proposal that has culminated into this success. This is the first step, […]

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How Might We…? Three Different Perspectives

A few weeks ago, we talked about one of the most energizing sessions at OMRS18: a massive brainstorming activity focused around six “How might we…?” questions that helped us consider some of our current challenges and dream of what the future could hold for OpenMRS. As we said in that original post, we ended up […]

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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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