OpenEMed is a set of distributed healthcare information service components built around the OMG distributed object specifications and the HL7 (and other) data standards and is written in Java for platform portability. We emphasize the interoperable service functionality that this approach provides in reducing the time it takes to build a healthcare related system. It is not intended as a turnkey system but rather a set of components that can be assembled and configured to meet a variety of tasks.
TriSano® is an open source, citizen-focused surveillance and outbreak management system for infectious disease, environmental hazards, and bioterrorism attacks. It allows local, state and federal entities to track, control and ultimately prevent illness and death. (source: https://wiki.csinitiative.com/display/tri/Home)
Bika is built in Plone and Zope, leading web content management combination, enabling laboratories to manage and publish documents such as promotional prices and information on lab procedures, news and events, safety, regulation, HR and training material on-line
The LIMS' authorisation hierarchy applies and information can be directed at its intended audience. Additional project groups can be created to prepare and discuss material in private depositories shared with team members, individuals or bigger groups such as Clients and Research departments
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The Manhattan Virtual Classroom is a fast, stable and effective course management system that runs on Linux and other Unix-like systems. It's written entirely in the C programming language (fast! - light hardware requirements) and is 100% database-free (no MySQL administration, no tuning issues- simple!) Manhattan supports thousands of users at its Western New England College home, and at other colleges and schools around the world.
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With Epi Info™ and a personal computer, epidemiologists and other public health and medical professionals can rapidly develop a questionnaire or form, customize the data entry process, and enter and analyze data. Epidemiologic statistics, tables, graphs, and maps are produced with simple commands such as READ, FREQ, LIST, TABLES, GRAPH, and MAP. Epi Map displays geographic maps with data from Epi Info™.
Epi Info™ for Windows retains many features of the familiar Epi Info™ for DOS, while offering Windows ease of use strengths such as point-and-click commands, graphics, fonts, and printing.
EpiSPIDER is a public health healthcare application that integrates information from different distributed electronic resources and performs semantic processing of text visually represent information using graphic display, GIS and mapping technologies.
An application useful to manage work shifts. Windows standalone executable for operators and web interface for workers. Multi-area, multi-schema, multi-language architecture. Layer for RDBMS technology independence, DB and LDAP authentication supported (source: official website)
A deterministic pandemic influenza simulator. Computes the effect of interventions like antiviral treatment of cases and social distancing. To be used for pandemic preparedness planning by health care offices. OS-independent Java/SWT/RCP/Applet. (source: official website)
OpenELIS is a robust Enterprise Laboratory Information System built around an extensible and scalable framework. OpenELIS is designed and developed through the collaborative efforts of Public Health Laboratories to accommodate business processes that are common to all public health laboratories; encompassing clinical, environmental, newborn screening, and animal testing.
Instructors can administer "classes" or "communities", customising the layout, choosing the language, and setting the timezone for their class, as well as adding custom portlets if desired.
Classes and Communities can be created by administrators who can select whether the policy to join them is closed, open or requires approval.
Different roles are supported for .LRN Classes, such as students, professors and administrative staff.
Different roles are supported for .LRN Communities, such as administrators and members