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Flowsheet Code Jam in Chennai, India

Here’s a shout out to our friends at ThoughtWorks. They had a code jam on the OpenMRS Flowsheet Module a few weeks ago and knocked out over half a dozen key tickets in a single day as well as making progress on others. The Flowsheet Module is being installed into OpenMRS at AMPATH in Kenya […]

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Join us in Washington DC!

Next week, several people from the OpenMRS community will be attending and presenting at the 2nd mHealth Summit in Washington, DC from November 8-10. If you’ll be attending, or in the Washington area, join us next Tuesday evening, November 9, starting around 8:00 PM at Eighteenth Street Lounge for an informal evening of conversation, drinks, as well […]

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OpenMRS Developer to Speak at Portland State University Nov. 9

Lecture: “Partners In Health: Fighting for social justice and healthcare for the poor” OpenMRS developer Darius Jazayeri will discuss his work with Partners in Health in Haiti, Peru, Rwanda and beyond WHAT: Darius Jazayeri, former Partners in Health (PIH) lead developer and project manager of medical record systems, will give a free talk at PSU […]

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OpenMRS Training in Eldoret, Kenya

In late August 2010, the OpenMRS community and the REACH Informatics team led a training week in Eldoret, Kenya at the facilities of the USAID-AMPATH Partnership, one of the developing world’s largest and most successful health care programs to fight HIV/AIDS. The week-long training event attracted 15 participants from Malawi, Tanzania, Ghana, Kenya, and Sudan […]

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Insights From 5th Annual OpenMRS Meeting

John Kieti is a Database Specialist at Kenya’s National AIDS Control Council as well as a technology blogger at www.gmeltdown.com. Last week, I had this great opportunity to be a participant at the fifth annual OpenMRS implementers meeting in Cape Town. The meeting brought together implementers, developers, and the leadership of OpenMRS. The meeting was […]

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