WebEMS is an Open Source web-based suite of tools used to facilitate Emergency Medical Services (EMS). WebEMS is NEMSIS Compliant, and supports the entire Ambulance Services Pipeline. A wide range of commercial hardware, software, and services that support EMS and Ambulance Operations are commercially available. WebEMS offers a free, open source alternative to these systems, providing creative solutions for EMS personnel, crews, administrators, and management.
WebEMS is comprised of the following modules:
Mobile field data collection
It is a rich client multi-platform open-source EMR designed to evolve to a healthcare information system (HIS)
Features common to all modules:
Unlimited number of forms can be created using the Form Editor.
Unlimited number of orders, appointment types, resources, or any other entity can be created using the respective Editor.
Every menu and toolbar can be customized per user, per role, per group using the Form Editor.
Every view, table, form, controls can be customized per user, per role, per group using the Form Editor.
The Tolven platform and ePHR and eCHR applications enable interoperability across electronic health records for consumers and clinicians. Using Java, EJB3, Faces, Facelets, AJAX, relational database, and LDAP for security.
A fully integrated electronic health record system to provide continuity of care.
A clinical management information system at the facility and district (management/admin) level.
A key component in 'one National M&E system'.
A paper discussing the technical overview is here: http://www.globalhivevaluation.org/media/globalaids/doc/Article%203a%20-...
Medical Life Guard (MEDILIG) Cross-platform EHR/EMR software for the design, implementation and use of autonomous, open database models for multilingual clinical data management systems and the rapid application development of health IT products and services.
Features included as listed at its site :
• Fully operational, fully tested on the neurosurgery domain
• Over 1000 sample records to test the system and experiment .
• Implementation of ER schema with Microsoft SQL server
• Implementation of user interface with Access
Users to manage their complete family health information.
Users to view the profile information that includes Demographics, Notices, Conditions, Medications, Allergies, Procedures, Test Results, Immunizations and Insurance.
Users to explicitly share self and family health profiles to doctors, pharmacists, laboratories, health insurance providers and other
care providers. The shared information would expire after a set
period of time.
Instant Health Information transmission.
Doctors to get instant access to health information of his/her patients
mmfEMR is a web-based version of OpenEMR for the practicing physician.
E-Prescribing, Billing Claims, Eligibility Verification, E-Remittance, Coding Compliance & Reimbursement Manager
FreeMED is a direct descendent of AMOS, a Pascal/DBase program which was created in 1983 before the widespread use of relational databases and object oriented programming.
FreeMED is currently hosted by the FreeMED Software Foundation, with downloads hosted by Sourceforge.
It uses Subversion as a Concurrent versioning system, which it has used since it was migrated from CVS in 2005.
Indivo is built to be extended and customized: users can connect their record to third-party applications that enhance the management and analysis of their health information. Indivo accelerates the development of these third-party applications by providing a core set of common features:
secure storage, categorization and aggregation of health data.
single sign-on and standards-based data-access delegation.
a simple, open, web-based Application Programming Interface (API).
unified user notification.
HOSxP is a hospital information system, including Electronic health record (EHR), in use in over 70 hospitals across Thailand. The software aims to ease the healthcare workflow of health centers, for small anitariums to central hospitals.
Before becoming HOSxP, the software was called KSK-HDBMS. Seeking a more friendly name, the development team opted for the name HOSxP, which comes from Hospital and Experience. The name also reflects the software's graphical user interface, which mimic the theme of Windows XP, no matter what actually the underlying operating system.