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WEASIS

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Weasis is a multipurpose web-based viewer with a highly modular architecture. It has been designed to meet several expectations of clinical information systems and their future evolution regarding medical imaging: providing a web-based access to radiological images, as well as offering multimedia capabilities.

Weasis can be easily interfaced to any PACS supporting WADO via a web portal or as an XDS-I consumer in an IHE (Integrating the Healthcare Enterprise) environment (not yet fully implemented). It has been successfully interfaced to dcm4chee and commercial PACS.

PatientOS

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PatientOS has been designed from the outset to be a Healthcare Information System (HIS). The software architecture, design patterns and framework has been built for the complexities and challenges of an enterprise wide information system.

It is a Healthcare Information System (EHR EMR PMS) for small hospitals and clinics. Scheduling, Orders, Meds, Pharmacy, Clinical Doc, HL7, Billing & more. Broad commercial support. Distributed clinical system written in pure Java with toolset to customize.

ClinStudyWeb

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ClinStudyWeb is designed to provide a flexible infrastructure for managing patient and assay data from clinical studies. It uses a plugin system for study-specific web forms and arbitrarily complex test classifiers, and supports XML import/export.

Chikitsa

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Patient Management System to keep track of your patients. Keep Patient Contact Details. Give Appointment. Print Fees Receipt. Stock Management for Medicines and more.

FreeMED

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"GPL-licensed Electronic Medical Record and Practice Management system for medical providers that runs in any web browser in multiple languages. It is developed since 1999. It provides an XML-RPC backend and multiple import and export formats, as well as reporting and other features."

OSEHRA VistA

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OSEHRA VistA is a set of software components designed to support open source EHR solutions based upon the award-winning VistA EHR developed by the US Department of Veterans Affairs. OSEHRA VistA is not intended as a complete EHR solution, but as a baseline of open source community code that will strengthen all VistA-based EHR implementations and accelerate community innovation. OSEHRA VistA consists of FOIA VistA, with redacted code replaced to ensure functionality, plus added innovations and established, OSEHRA-certified software from the community.

PulseTile

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PulseTile UX/UI framework supports patients and professionals in the complex and busy clinical setting.
PulseTile combines a range of features for intuitive ease of use. It provides key information with the fewest possible clicks!
With a strong set of important clinical features, the PulseTile framework is underpinned by a range of robust technical features too. This tool is aimed to support the clinician as well as the broader healthcare enterprise.

LibreHealth EHR

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The LibreHealth EHR application is a clinically-focused electronic health record (EHR) system designed to be both easy to use “out of the box” and also customizable for use in a variety of health care settings. It builds on the strength of the LibreHealth Toolkit, and adapts many of the proven user experiences built over many years in the OpenEMR system. It is designed to be a modern, easy-to-use experience for health care professionals in their daily work.

Librehealth Radiology

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Vision

The Radiology module aims at adding capabilities of a Radiology Information system (RIS) into LibreHealth Toolkit.

Objectives

Develop a module capable of manage information in a radiology department.

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