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.
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Shimmer is free and open-source, so you can easily add your own integrations and audit existing ones. Not to mention, you can use it with any programming language.
Fast to deploy: Stop wasting time trying to get digital health data - quickly deploy Shimmer with a few commands both locally and in the cloud.
The Raxa JSS EMR is an information management system ("Raxa") designed for and to be initially implemented at the Jan Swasthya Sahyog (JSS), a healthcare non-governmental organization (NGO) working in a largely rural, underserved community in India. Raxa JSS EMR is an OpenMRS based Health Information System.
PulseTile UX/UI framework supports patients and professionals in the complex and busy clinical setting.
PulseTile combines a range of features for intuitive ease of use. It provides key information with the fewest possible clicks!
With a strong set of important clinical features, the PulseTile framework is underpinned by a range of robust technical features too. This tool is aimed to support the clinician as well as the broader healthcare enterprise.
The Facility Reconciliation Tool is an open source and open standards-based product used to compare lists of facilities from different data sources. The tools supports uploading CSV, and connecting to FHIR servers and DHIS2.
The tool can be used as a standalone application with its own authentication or as an easily installable DHIS2 app that uses DHIS2 for authentication that runs the tool in the background.
Aether is a platform. It’s not tool that can just be deployed and used out of the box (but if that’s what you’re looking for, you might want to look at Gather). Instead it’s a set of modules and best practices for the real-time manipulation and publication of data to a destination of your choice.
Aether is for you if:
you already have a large amount of data, but it’s in a format that makes it unwieldy or hard to use
you have a data source and a data location, but you just can’t get them to speak the same language
An open-source effort to improve diabetes management on the iPhone.