Symbiosys is an implementation of PatientOS where the UI layer uses with Eclipse's RCP, JFace and SWT Widget libraries to achieve native look and feel of the gui at runtime.
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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 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.
HIEOS is an open source implementation of Integrating the Healthcare Enterprise (IHE) Cross Enterprise Document Sharing (XDS.b) and Cross Community Access (XCA) integration profiles.
The OpenEEG project is about creating a low cost EEG device. Working hardware has been built and is in a late beta stage. Software is still only alpha.
Many people are interested in what is called neurofeedback or EEG biofeedback training, a generic mental training method which makes the trainee consciously aware of the general activity in the brain. This method shows great potential for improving many mental capabilities and exploring consciousness. Other people want to do experiments with brain-computer interfaces or just want to have a look at their brain at work.
Virtual Medical Training (ViMeT) is an object-oriented framework that uses virtual reality to simulate medical training.
his is a simple J2EE Servlet implementation of the CCR Validator. This
Validator utilizes a RETE based rules engine (JBoss Drools) to implement
the validation testing. This allows for the rules to be updated independently
and more importantly supports the implementation of rule packages for
OpenEMR Mobile of a mobile version of OpenEMR optimized for users of web-enabled cell phone devices. The mobile website allows authorized users to securely and quickly access the scheduling data of an existing installation of OpenEMR from anywhere via a cellular or Wi-Fi connection. Two different versions of the mobile website are available, one for handhelds with full browser support and one optimized for limited browsers.
Features of Mobile OpenEMR include: