eMOCHA is a free open-source application, developed by the Johns Hopkins Center for Clinical Global Health Education. eMOCHA is designed to assist health programs in developing countries improve provider communication and education, as well as patient care, by coordinating wireless devices with local server-based clinical training and patient care support services.
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An application to strengthen and monitor community health programs that runs on low cost mobile phones.
The Open Health Assistant platform provides a set of remote social-healthcare service solutions that are personalized for patients who require some type of personalized monitoring or help, both at and away from the home.
Open Health Assistant helps in the daily lives of people with chronic care needs, such as assisted living for elderly or dependent persons, facilitating mobile assistance services that cut down on visits to hospitals and doctor house calls, as well as assistance provided by emergency services, minimizing travel and the cost of public healthcare services.
Droid Dicom Viewer is a DICOM Viewer for the Android platform.
Droid Dicom Viewer implements a part of the DICOM standard. It reads DICOM images that are coded on 8 bits and 16 bits. It supports only grayscale not compressed DICOM files. It parses implicit and explicit (little endian and big endian) value representation (VR).
L'application H-Monitor est un outil permettant de suivre l'évolution du rythme cardiaque en quasi temps réel. Associée à la ceinture Polar T31C, l'application retranscrit les pulsations cardiaques sur un graphique. Grâce à son intelligence artificielle embarquée, elle détecte les anomalies et prévient automatiquement les secours.
Elle intègre également un système de géolocalisation qui positionne l'utilisateur à intervalles de temps réguliers.
Toutes ces données sont envoyées et stockées sur un serveur consultable à distance.
Our mission is to revolutionize healthcare delivery in remote areas through innovative mobile information services that improve patient access to medical specialists for faster, high quality, and more cost effective diagnosis and intervention.
Based on the work and contributions of students, volunteers, partner organizations, and sponsors, Sana offers an open source data collection and collaboration platforms for clinical research and best practice health care delivery for underserved rural populations.
OpenTele collects clinical health data from citizens at home. Clinicians review data through a web-portal, and take actions upon data, that are beyond the individual’s allowable data boundaries. The system is aimed at increasing the direct involvement of patients and citizens in taking charge of their health, independent of geographical distances between patient and clinicians.
Nightscout (CGM in the Cloud) is an open source, DIY project that allows real time access to a CGM data via personal website, smartwatch viewers, or apps and widgets available for smartphones.
ResearchStack is an SDK and UX framework for building research study apps on Android.
It is designed from the ground up to meet the requirements of most scientific research, including capturing participant consent, extensible input tasks, and the security and privacy needs necessary for IRB approval.
Is it similar to Apple's ResearchKit(TM)?
Yes, an overarching goal of ResearchStack is to help developers and researchers with existing apps on iOS more easily adapt those apps for Android.
Echopen aims at developing the first low-cost Open Source Hardware ultrasound stethoscope which can be connected to a smartphone or a tablet. It is intended for health professionnals and will be developed thanks to a multidisplinary community that shares the same vision.