The openGPSoC project came to life in September 2012 after a conversation at NHS Hack Day ’2′ in Liverpool. The idea of a fully open source GP clinical system has been suggested and discussed many times in the past, however due to the stringent requirements of any such software it is recognised as a very hard thing to try to achieve. While we recognised this difficulty, we also felt there were a number of opportunities at present which might make such a project possible.
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The National Cancer Institute (NCI) has launched the caBIG initiative to accelerate research discoveries and improve patient outcomes by linking researchers, physicians, and patients throughout the cancer community.
PROSIT is an international scientific open source development community for health economic disease models in medicine. prosit [latin] = "it shall be useful"
Aim of this development community is to provide valid and lasting open source disease models for chronic diseases such as diabetes. Disease models for relevant late complications of diabetes mellitus (i.e. nephropathy, retinopathy, diabetic foot syndrome, stroke, myocardial infarction) have been developed. The future mission is to integrate also models for other chronic diseases such as asthma, COPD and more.
Zephyr Open is a code project to provide a framework for BlueTooth Physiological Sensors. Heart rate Monitors and Wii Remotes are obvous starting point, but we will continue to grow the device list as they enter the market. What kind of mashups can you envision? Games for rehab? distributed game play? virtual coaching?
With the framework is a simple SWING Application to search and connect to Zephyr products. Users can connect devices and view reports in real time. This data can also be streamed to the web via FTP or directly into your gmail account via ATOM feeds.
Opereffa stands for openEHR REFerence Framework and Application. It is a project for creating an open source clinical application which will be driven by the Clinical Review Board of openEHR. The clinical application will be built on top of a Java based open source framework, which is using the existing open source Java reference implementation of openEHR.
This web site contains information about the project, source code and binaries, and finally a demonstration of the current state of Opereffa.
Braid is a Client library for a portion of the IHE (Integrating the Healthcare Enterprise) transactions.
This library specifically focuses on PIX, XDS.a & XDS.b, ATNA, BPPC and XDS-SD profiles in ITI domain, and XDS-MS (Referral & Discharge Summary) and EDR content profiles in PCC domain.
i2b2 (Informatics for Integrating Biology and the Bedside) is an NIH-funded National Center for Biomedical Computing based at Partners HealthCare System. The i2b2 Center is developing a scalable informatics framework that will enable clinical researchers to use existing clinical data for discovery research and, when combined with IRB-approved genomic data, facilitate the design of targeted therapies for individual patients with diseases having genetic origins. This platform currently enjoys wide international adoption by the CTSA network, academic health centers, and industry.
LibreHealth Toolkit software serves as the foundational API and data model for many other Health IT applications. It will be frequently (but not always) utilized as an upstream product for building other LibreHealth software. Toolkit is a fork of the OpenMRS Platform, and builds on its reliability while improving performance and ease of installation and use.
The CYTOMINE project (started in 2010) is continuously developing a rich internet application using modern web technologies, databases, and machine learning to foster active and distributed collaboration and ease large-scale image exploitation. Our software is e.g. being used by life scientists to help them better evaluate drug treatments or understand biological processes directly from whole-slide tissue images, by pathologists to share and ease their diagnosis, and by teachers and students for pathology training purposes.