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OpenClinic GA

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OpenClinic GA is an open source integrated hospital information management system covering management of administrative, financial, clinical, lab, x-ray, pharmacy, meals distribution and other data. Extensive statistical and reporting capabilities.

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CARE3G

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CARE3G plans to be the third generation of CARE2X. It doesn't conflicts with CARE2X development and it doesn't intend to be a fork of it but rather its future. We envisage this branch as a big step forward without breaking the current development of Care2X and its current users around the globe.

Screensaver

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Screensaver is a Lab Information Management System (LIMS) for high-throughput screening of small molecule and RNAi biological assays. It is a Java/JSF/Hibernate/Spring web application that is actively being developed and used at Harvard Medical School.

In detail it offers the following features:

  • Libraries
    • Manage screening libraries, including small molecule and RNAi libraries.
    • Import library plate/well contents from SD and Excel files for small molecule and RNAi libraries, respectively.

Open ISES (Open Information Systems for Emergency Services)

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If you work or volunteer as part of an emergency service agency today, you face an enormous task. It makes no difference if you are a firefighter, a paramedic, an operator as part of an amateur radio group or a member of a citizen emergency response team, you have huge responsibilities. At the Open ISES Project, we are here to help you meet those needs and responsibilities through the use of free, open source software and support materials.

iHRIS Suite

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The iHRIS Suite of open source software supplies health sector leaders with information to track, manage, and plan the health workforce. Because the software is open source, it can be downloaded for free and customized for local needs. Each product addresses a specific health workforce leadership issue:

WebEMS

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Your rating: None Average: 4.2 (19 votes)

Open Source web-based suite of tools used to facilitate emergency medical services (EMS) . Supports the entire Ambulance Services Pipeline - modules include dispatch, crew scheduling, mobile field data collection, billing, administration, and reporting.

TurnHos

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TurnHos is based on the system care2x, integrates data, functions and workflow in an environment of health care, in addition to the administration schedule, print appointments and admission of patients.

Hospital Schedule

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Your rating: None Average: 1.2 (17 votes)

Hospital Schedule was developed in late 2006 by Mr.Chanwit Tantipattarasilp, Pharmacist at Plaengyao Hospital. Its was developed to decrease manager workload for planning and scheduling employees within monthly time. Its can smartly calculated and report employees compensation for financial department to pay. Its designed for any platform independent under open source concept. Develope in based of web application, PHP, Javascript and others on adodb databases eg. MySQL and others.

Eureka

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"An application useful to manage work shifts. Windows standalone executable for operators and web interface for workers. Multi-area, multi-schema, multi-language architecture. Layer for RDBMS technology independence, DB and LDAP authentication supported."

CARE2X

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Your rating: None Average: 2.5 (56 votes)

Care2x integrates data, functions and workflows in a healthcare environment. It is currently composed of four major components. Each of these components can also function individually.

  • HIS - Hospital/Healthservice Information System
  • PM - Practice (GP) management
  • CDS - Central Data Server
  • HXP - Health Xchange Protocol

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