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AETHER

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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

Avni

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Avni Project, previously called "OpenCHS (Open Community Health System)", started as a open source community health worker platform designed to aid programs operating below primary health center level — i.e. sub-center, village and slum level. It has since matured into a platform that can support most field work use cases, not just health. Avni is now implemented for water, social welfare services, educational outcome assessment and health. Avni (अवनि, અવની, ਅਵਨੀ, அவ்னி, అవనీ, ಅವ್ನಿ) means "earth" in Hindi.

Ona

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The Ona platform powers thousands of applications in humanitarian aid, government, and global development.
Ona is a social enterprise that builds the data infrastructure to drive change. We believe technology affords new opportunities for governments and development organizations to be increasingly data driven, collaborative and accountable. Our goal is never simply to build a great product, but to support great outcomes.

Facility Reconciliation Tool

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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.

SORMAS

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SORMAS (Surveillance, Outbreak Response Management and Analysis System) is an open source early warning and management system aimed at preventing or keeping the spread of dangerous infectious diseases at bay. It is used by healthcare workers, epidemiologists or other instructed personnel to gather detailed information about potential or confirmed cases of one of the diseases covered by SORMAS. This, for example, includes data about the symptoms they are showing, their travel history, the contacts they had with other humans or animals, attended gatherings, and a lot more.

Medkey

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Hospital Information System Medkey - modern multipurpose solution which aim is to solve medical organization's needs in Electronic Health Record (EHR), practice management automation, medical billing and accounting and patient engagement (CRM).
Medkey has modular and service oriented architecture. Box application can be extended using modules and plugins.

OpenLMIS

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Public health supply chains need accurate, timely logistics data from health facilities to make decisions about procurement and supply. Too often this information is inaccurate or simply not available. As a result, health systems in many countries continue to experience stockouts of essential medicines, leaving people vulnerable to treatable illness and diseases.

SPARK

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Spark is a public domain FHIR server developed in C#, initially built by Firely and as of recently being maintained by Kufu.
Spark implements a major part of the FHIR specification and has been used and tested during several HL7 WGM Connectathons.

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