The Release Validation Framework is an useful tool for validating SNOMED CT RF2 packages – SNOMED International is open-sourcing the Release Validation Framework in order to allow people to extend it as they require for their own purposes. Non-standard packages (such as translated content), therefore, will need additional assertions adding by the user in order to validate all scenarios.
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.
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 Radiology module aims at adding capabilities of a Radiology Information system (RIS) into LibreHealth Toolkit.
Develop a module capable of manage information in a radiology department.
EtherCIS (Ethereal Clinical Information System) is an Open Source platform compatible with the openEHR standard. It is design to allow simple interactions with clients using RESTful API and persist clinical data in a separate DB engine. Clinical data are exchanged using different formats:
FLAT JSON: which is a flatten representation of access path along with the corresponding field value
Canonical XML: representing an openEHR composition in standard XML
For more details on data representation in openEHR see this page
ARX is a comprehensive open source software for anonymizing sensitive personal data. It has been designed from the ground up to provide high scalability, ease of use and a tight integration of the many different aspects relevant to data anonymization. Its highlights include:
MOLGENIS is a modular web application for scientific data. MOLGENIS was born from molecular genetics research (and was called 'molecular genetics information system') but has grown, thanks too many sponsors and contributors, to be used in many scientifc areas such as biobanking, rare disease research, patient registries and even energy research. MOLGENIS provides researchers with user friendly and scalable software infrastructures to capture, exchange, and exploit the large amounts of data that is being produced by scientific organisations all around the world.
OBiBa software consists of a suite of stand-alone applications that support various study's data management activities. These modular applications can be integrated to create a comprehensive information management and analysis system for individual studies.
As part of the Maelstrom Research program, OBiBa suite includes advanced software components enabling data harmonization and federation for study networks that aim to harmonize and share securely data among their members.
Mainzelliste is a web-based first-level pseudonymization service. It allows for the creation of personal identifiers (PID) from identifying attributes (IDAT), and thanks to the record linkage functionality, this is even possible with poor quality identifying data. The functions are available through a RESTful web interface.
The following article describes the underlying concepts of Mainzelliste and the motivation for its development. Please cite it when referring to Mainzelliste in publications:
OpenSpecimen (formerly known as caTissue Plus) is a Free & Open Source biobank/biospecimen management software. At the heart of OpenSpecimen is that “biospecimens without high quality data is of no value”.
OpenSpecimen is used across the globe in some of the most respected biobanks of various sizes and diseases. OpenSpecimen streamlines management of biospecimens across collection, consent, QC, request and distribution. Finally, OpenSpecimen is highly configurable and customizable. E.g., adding a custom field or form can be done in minutes by a non-IT person.