FFEHR is the temporary project name of a software application commissioned by the ASEAN +3 node of the UNDP's International Open Source Network (UNDP-IOSN) for eventual use as an electronic health record for the healthcare industry. The initial goal of the project is to be able to design a common user interface that is both effective and efficient, and widely acceptable to medical practitioners in the Philippines and in the future, worldwide.
TurnHos is based on the system care2x, integrates data, functions and workflow in an environment of health care, in addition to the administration schedule, print appointments and admission of patients.
OSCAR (Open Source Clinical Application and Resource) from McMaster University is a web-based EMR (electronic medical record) system developed for academic primary care clinics yet suitable in specialty and non-teaching practices. It integrates with Drugref to provide Canadian pharmacopea.
HOSxP is client/server hospital information system serving in 300+ hospitals in Thailand. HOSxP has many modules which keep and processing data of Patient, Operation, Medication, Laboratory, Radiology and Financial.
elementalClinic is a web-based application for managing mental health clients from intake through discharge including scheduling, assessments, progress notes, goals, group treatment, and electronic billing.
MedClipse is an open-source Electronic Medical Record (EMR) software for the Swiss general practitioner. It will implement things such as agenda, billing (Tarmed), medical and administrative data management, prescriptions, referrals and other tools.
Elexis is an Eclipse RCP program for all aspects of a medical practice: electronic medical record (EMR), laboratory findings etc., as well as accounting, billing (swiss TARMED-System, other systems to be developped) and other daily work.
The MedinTux project is a medical records managing software which aim the most to adapt its users. Thereby it is build with the permanent purpose to assist and relieve its users in their daily work.
We’ve worked a lot on the user-friendliness side of the software, thinking that any medical practitioner not necessarily accustomed to computing could manage and edit his records without any external helps. And because every members of the dev-team is professionaly implicated in the healthy body, we’ve succeeded in the many aspects of doing such a software !
"Freemed-YiRC is a software project which provides a fully-integrated, web-based, secure, modular, and customizable web-based product capable of providing Child Caring/Residential Care/Foster Care agencies with a fully functional internal case management/information management system."