How the economics of open source make sense for large scale, national healthcare infrastructure projects.A recent study[he]nbsp[/he]published by the Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association, examined "the use of open source electronic health records within the federal safety net."
If yu waa good, yu nose affi run. "Success requires hard work" is the meaning of this Jamaican proverb.With a bright Caribbean sun and an even brighter welcoming crew, GNU Health unshipped in a new bay recently.
As the open source community continues to grow and thrive through the popularity of such enterprise ready platforms as Red Hat, the number of open source medical applications also grows with it. The truth is, medical software is expensive.
John Moore: "The health care sector is set for a technology-driven transformation as the federal government pushes adoption of electronic health records and pursues national health information exchange..."
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On September 4 - 6 the open source electronic health records community came together at the 2nd annual OSEHRA Summit and workshop, in Bethesda, Maryland.Day 1: tutorials on a variety of topicsDay 2: high-level presentations from members of the community with unique vantage points in the community
One of the most transformative platforms for innovation is open source. The solution to helping solve problems in the world not just technology problems but social and political problems can and should benefit from open source.