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  • 20 Boeing 747s each day\n10 additional Tsunamis in 2004\n40 million living with HIV\n> 95% in developing countries\n
  • Ill-prepared in 2001\n
  • Musa was carried by his brother for an hour to reach a bicycle that they took to a matatu to reach the hospital 2 ½ hours later.\nAt the hospital, when this picture was taken, Musa had no blood pressure could not talk.\nHe was treated for four months\n\n
  • In 2002, Salinda presented with PCP pneumonia, weighing a mere 32 kg (70 lbs).\nShe refused to go to the hospital because she had lost her husband and had five children at home.\nSo, she received intensive care treatment in her home until her pneumonia was cured.\nBut on HIV meds and cured of PCP, Salina was not gaining weight.\nUntil she was fed.\nDad fed her out of his own pocket.\n\n
  • After 4 months of treatment, Mosa walked the entire way home and nobody could keep up with him.\n\n\n
  • After 4 months of treatment, Mosa walked the entire way home and nobody could keep up with him.\n\n\n
  • Once she got food as well as medicine, Salina returned to her beautiful self.\nHer story inspired a nutrition program that now feeds thousands of patients each month.\nSalina now weight 67kg (150 lbs)…over double her initial weight; she runs her own farm and lives fully independently, raising her children.\n\n\n
  • Once she got food as well as medicine, Salina returned to her beautiful self.\nHer story inspired a nutrition program that now feeds thousands of patients each month.\nSalina now weight 67kg (150 lbs)…over double her initial weight; she runs her own farm and lives fully independently, raising her children.\n\n\n
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  • Built around Western workflows & needs, vertical (disease-specific), used free text, or didn’t have a path to scale up to meet needs\n
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  • We built an API and web application\n
  • We built an API and web application\n
  • We built an API and web application\n
  • We built an API and web application\n
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  • 3-Tiered system\n
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  • OpenMRS is used in many places & many ways: Africa, Asia, Europe, Middle East, and N & S America.\nEx: CHICA, ODK Collect, Rwanda, NCD, Maryland Health Exchange, MDR-TB, ILD in Pakistan, OpenMRS in LA,, Evelyn Castle in Nigeria, Hospital Systems in India\n* Botswana, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (Tony Luberti and Jonathan Crossette) Building informatics capacity in Botswana through a collaboration with the MOH and University of Botswana School of Medicine. Plan to do OpenMRS training in 2012\n* Ghana, Ghana Health Service (Anthony Ofusu) Using OpenMRS to promote open source tools as part of national strategy for health information. Wants to use OpenMRS as national standard\n Uganda, Accordia Global Health Foundation (Tiera Kendle) Using OpenMRS for 36 rural health centers: data surveillance, HIV, TB, malaria and other infectious diseases\n* Senegal, MoH – Telemedicine National Porgram (Niang) Looking to use OpenMRS for national telemed program\n * Zambia, Providence Medical Centre (Mbanandi Muyangana) Implementation for clinics in Zambia\nAsia\n* Cambodia, Better Health Service Project (Mean Reatanak Sambath) Using OpenMRS to build health information systems and use for medical reporting\n* Vietnam (Dr. Barry Levine – San Francisco State University) OpenMRS training and starting implementations\nEurope/Middle East\n* Armenia, Armenian Association of Telemedicine (Dr. Barry Levine – San Francisco State University) Working toward a national rollout of OpenMRS\n* Israel, Bahai World Centre (Nima Mazloumi) Looking to implement OpenMRS for their care centers\n* Spain, EHAS Foundation and Rey Juan Carols University (Jose Garcia Munoz) Looking to implement OpenMRS for clinics\nNorth America\n* Veterinary Use, University of Pennsylvania (Jonathan) Customizing OpenMRS to track animal care (herds, species, etc.) after disasters like the BP oil spill\n
  • OpenMRS is used in many places & many ways: Africa, Asia, Europe, Middle East, and N & S America.\nEx: CHICA, ODK Collect, Rwanda, NCD, Maryland Health Exchange, MDR-TB, ILD in Pakistan, OpenMRS in LA,, Evelyn Castle in Nigeria, Hospital Systems in India\n* Botswana, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (Tony Luberti and Jonathan Crossette) Building informatics capacity in Botswana through a collaboration with the MOH and University of Botswana School of Medicine. Plan to do OpenMRS training in 2012\n* Ghana, Ghana Health Service (Anthony Ofusu) Using OpenMRS to promote open source tools as part of national strategy for health information. Wants to use OpenMRS as national standard\n Uganda, Accordia Global Health Foundation (Tiera Kendle) Using OpenMRS for 36 rural health centers: data surveillance, HIV, TB, malaria and other infectious diseases\n* Senegal, MoH – Telemedicine National Porgram (Niang) Looking to use OpenMRS for national telemed program\n * Zambia, Providence Medical Centre (Mbanandi Muyangana) Implementation for clinics in Zambia\nAsia\n* Cambodia, Better Health Service Project (Mean Reatanak Sambath) Using OpenMRS to build health information systems and use for medical reporting\n* Vietnam (Dr. Barry Levine – San Francisco State University) OpenMRS training and starting implementations\nEurope/Middle East\n* Armenia, Armenian Association of Telemedicine (Dr. Barry Levine – San Francisco State University) Working toward a national rollout of OpenMRS\n* Israel, Bahai World Centre (Nima Mazloumi) Looking to implement OpenMRS for their care centers\n* Spain, EHAS Foundation and Rey Juan Carols University (Jose Garcia Munoz) Looking to implement OpenMRS for clinics\nNorth America\n* Veterinary Use, University of Pennsylvania (Jonathan) Customizing OpenMRS to track animal care (herds, species, etc.) after disasters like the BP oil spill\n
  • OpenMRS is used in many places & many ways: Africa, Asia, Europe, Middle East, and N & S America.\nEx: CHICA, ODK Collect, Rwanda, NCD, Maryland Health Exchange, MDR-TB, ILD in Pakistan, OpenMRS in LA,, Evelyn Castle in Nigeria, Hospital Systems in India\n* Botswana, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (Tony Luberti and Jonathan Crossette) Building informatics capacity in Botswana through a collaboration with the MOH and University of Botswana School of Medicine. Plan to do OpenMRS training in 2012\n* Ghana, Ghana Health Service (Anthony Ofusu) Using OpenMRS to promote open source tools as part of national strategy for health information. Wants to use OpenMRS as national standard\n Uganda, Accordia Global Health Foundation (Tiera Kendle) Using OpenMRS for 36 rural health centers: data surveillance, HIV, TB, malaria and other infectious diseases\n* Senegal, MoH – Telemedicine National Porgram (Niang) Looking to use OpenMRS for national telemed program\n * Zambia, Providence Medical Centre (Mbanandi Muyangana) Implementation for clinics in Zambia\nAsia\n* Cambodia, Better Health Service Project (Mean Reatanak Sambath) Using OpenMRS to build health information systems and use for medical reporting\n* Vietnam (Dr. Barry Levine – San Francisco State University) OpenMRS training and starting implementations\nEurope/Middle East\n* Armenia, Armenian Association of Telemedicine (Dr. Barry Levine – San Francisco State University) Working toward a national rollout of OpenMRS\n* Israel, Bahai World Centre (Nima Mazloumi) Looking to implement OpenMRS for their care centers\n* Spain, EHAS Foundation and Rey Juan Carols University (Jose Garcia Munoz) Looking to implement OpenMRS for clinics\nNorth America\n* Veterinary Use, University of Pennsylvania (Jonathan) Customizing OpenMRS to track animal care (herds, species, etc.) after disasters like the BP oil spill\n
  • OpenMRS is used in many places & many ways: Africa, Asia, Europe, Middle East, and N & S America.\nEx: CHICA, ODK Collect, Rwanda, NCD, Maryland Health Exchange, MDR-TB, ILD in Pakistan, OpenMRS in LA,, Evelyn Castle in Nigeria, Hospital Systems in India\n* Botswana, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (Tony Luberti and Jonathan Crossette) Building informatics capacity in Botswana through a collaboration with the MOH and University of Botswana School of Medicine. Plan to do OpenMRS training in 2012\n* Ghana, Ghana Health Service (Anthony Ofusu) Using OpenMRS to promote open source tools as part of national strategy for health information. Wants to use OpenMRS as national standard\n Uganda, Accordia Global Health Foundation (Tiera Kendle) Using OpenMRS for 36 rural health centers: data surveillance, HIV, TB, malaria and other infectious diseases\n* Senegal, MoH – Telemedicine National Porgram (Niang) Looking to use OpenMRS for national telemed program\n * Zambia, Providence Medical Centre (Mbanandi Muyangana) Implementation for clinics in Zambia\nAsia\n* Cambodia, Better Health Service Project (Mean Reatanak Sambath) Using OpenMRS to build health information systems and use for medical reporting\n* Vietnam (Dr. Barry Levine – San Francisco State University) OpenMRS training and starting implementations\nEurope/Middle East\n* Armenia, Armenian Association of Telemedicine (Dr. Barry Levine – San Francisco State University) Working toward a national rollout of OpenMRS\n* Israel, Bahai World Centre (Nima Mazloumi) Looking to implement OpenMRS for their care centers\n* Spain, EHAS Foundation and Rey Juan Carols University (Jose Garcia Munoz) Looking to implement OpenMRS for clinics\nNorth America\n* Veterinary Use, University of Pennsylvania (Jonathan) Customizing OpenMRS to track animal care (herds, species, etc.) after disasters like the BP oil spill\n
  • OpenMRS is used in many places & many ways: Africa, Asia, Europe, Middle East, and N & S America.\nEx: CHICA, ODK Collect, Rwanda, NCD, Maryland Health Exchange, MDR-TB, ILD in Pakistan, OpenMRS in LA,, Evelyn Castle in Nigeria, Hospital Systems in India\n* Botswana, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (Tony Luberti and Jonathan Crossette) Building informatics capacity in Botswana through a collaboration with the MOH and University of Botswana School of Medicine. Plan to do OpenMRS training in 2012\n* Ghana, Ghana Health Service (Anthony Ofusu) Using OpenMRS to promote open source tools as part of national strategy for health information. Wants to use OpenMRS as national standard\n Uganda, Accordia Global Health Foundation (Tiera Kendle) Using OpenMRS for 36 rural health centers: data surveillance, HIV, TB, malaria and other infectious diseases\n* Senegal, MoH – Telemedicine National Porgram (Niang) Looking to use OpenMRS for national telemed program\n * Zambia, Providence Medical Centre (Mbanandi Muyangana) Implementation for clinics in Zambia\nAsia\n* Cambodia, Better Health Service Project (Mean Reatanak Sambath) Using OpenMRS to build health information systems and use for medical reporting\n* Vietnam (Dr. Barry Levine – San Francisco State University) OpenMRS training and starting implementations\nEurope/Middle East\n* Armenia, Armenian Association of Telemedicine (Dr. Barry Levine – San Francisco State University) Working toward a national rollout of OpenMRS\n* Israel, Bahai World Centre (Nima Mazloumi) Looking to implement OpenMRS for their care centers\n* Spain, EHAS Foundation and Rey Juan Carols University (Jose Garcia Munoz) Looking to implement OpenMRS for clinics\nNorth America\n* Veterinary Use, University of Pennsylvania (Jonathan) Customizing OpenMRS to track animal care (herds, species, etc.) after disasters like the BP oil spill\n
  • OpenMRS is used in many places & many ways: Africa, Asia, Europe, Middle East, and N & S America.\nEx: CHICA, ODK Collect, Rwanda, NCD, Maryland Health Exchange, MDR-TB, ILD in Pakistan, OpenMRS in LA,, Evelyn Castle in Nigeria, Hospital Systems in India\n* Botswana, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (Tony Luberti and Jonathan Crossette) Building informatics capacity in Botswana through a collaboration with the MOH and University of Botswana School of Medicine. Plan to do OpenMRS training in 2012\n* Ghana, Ghana Health Service (Anthony Ofusu) Using OpenMRS to promote open source tools as part of national strategy for health information. Wants to use OpenMRS as national standard\n Uganda, Accordia Global Health Foundation (Tiera Kendle) Using OpenMRS for 36 rural health centers: data surveillance, HIV, TB, malaria and other infectious diseases\n* Senegal, MoH – Telemedicine National Porgram (Niang) Looking to use OpenMRS for national telemed program\n * Zambia, Providence Medical Centre (Mbanandi Muyangana) Implementation for clinics in Zambia\nAsia\n* Cambodia, Better Health Service Project (Mean Reatanak Sambath) Using OpenMRS to build health information systems and use for medical reporting\n* Vietnam (Dr. Barry Levine – San Francisco State University) OpenMRS training and starting implementations\nEurope/Middle East\n* Armenia, Armenian Association of Telemedicine (Dr. Barry Levine – San Francisco State University) Working toward a national rollout of OpenMRS\n* Israel, Bahai World Centre (Nima Mazloumi) Looking to implement OpenMRS for their care centers\n* Spain, EHAS Foundation and Rey Juan Carols University (Jose Garcia Munoz) Looking to implement OpenMRS for clinics\nNorth America\n* Veterinary Use, University of Pennsylvania (Jonathan) Customizing OpenMRS to track animal care (herds, species, etc.) after disasters like the BP oil spill\n
  • OpenMRS is used in many places & many ways: Africa, Asia, Europe, Middle East, and N & S America.\nEx: CHICA, ODK Collect, Rwanda, NCD, Maryland Health Exchange, MDR-TB, ILD in Pakistan, OpenMRS in LA,, Evelyn Castle in Nigeria, Hospital Systems in India\n* Botswana, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (Tony Luberti and Jonathan Crossette) Building informatics capacity in Botswana through a collaboration with the MOH and University of Botswana School of Medicine. Plan to do OpenMRS training in 2012\n* Ghana, Ghana Health Service (Anthony Ofusu) Using OpenMRS to promote open source tools as part of national strategy for health information. Wants to use OpenMRS as national standard\n Uganda, Accordia Global Health Foundation (Tiera Kendle) Using OpenMRS for 36 rural health centers: data surveillance, HIV, TB, malaria and other infectious diseases\n* Senegal, MoH – Telemedicine National Porgram (Niang) Looking to use OpenMRS for national telemed program\n * Zambia, Providence Medical Centre (Mbanandi Muyangana) Implementation for clinics in Zambia\nAsia\n* Cambodia, Better Health Service Project (Mean Reatanak Sambath) Using OpenMRS to build health information systems and use for medical reporting\n* Vietnam (Dr. Barry Levine – San Francisco State University) OpenMRS training and starting implementations\nEurope/Middle East\n* Armenia, Armenian Association of Telemedicine (Dr. Barry Levine – San Francisco State University) Working toward a national rollout of OpenMRS\n* Israel, Bahai World Centre (Nima Mazloumi) Looking to implement OpenMRS for their care centers\n* Spain, EHAS Foundation and Rey Juan Carols University (Jose Garcia Munoz) Looking to implement OpenMRS for clinics\nNorth America\n* Veterinary Use, University of Pennsylvania (Jonathan) Customizing OpenMRS to track animal care (herds, species, etc.) after disasters like the BP oil spill\n
  • OpenMRS is used in many places & many ways: Africa, Asia, Europe, Middle East, and N & S America.\nEx: CHICA, ODK Collect, Rwanda, NCD, Maryland Health Exchange, MDR-TB, ILD in Pakistan, OpenMRS in LA,, Evelyn Castle in Nigeria, Hospital Systems in India\n* Botswana, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (Tony Luberti and Jonathan Crossette) Building informatics capacity in Botswana through a collaboration with the MOH and University of Botswana School of Medicine. Plan to do OpenMRS training in 2012\n* Ghana, Ghana Health Service (Anthony Ofusu) Using OpenMRS to promote open source tools as part of national strategy for health information. Wants to use OpenMRS as national standard\n Uganda, Accordia Global Health Foundation (Tiera Kendle) Using OpenMRS for 36 rural health centers: data surveillance, HIV, TB, malaria and other infectious diseases\n* Senegal, MoH – Telemedicine National Porgram (Niang) Looking to use OpenMRS for national telemed program\n * Zambia, Providence Medical Centre (Mbanandi Muyangana) Implementation for clinics in Zambia\nAsia\n* Cambodia, Better Health Service Project (Mean Reatanak Sambath) Using OpenMRS to build health information systems and use for medical reporting\n* Vietnam (Dr. Barry Levine – San Francisco State University) OpenMRS training and starting implementations\nEurope/Middle East\n* Armenia, Armenian Association of Telemedicine (Dr. Barry Levine – San Francisco State University) Working toward a national rollout of OpenMRS\n* Israel, Bahai World Centre (Nima Mazloumi) Looking to implement OpenMRS for their care centers\n* Spain, EHAS Foundation and Rey Juan Carols University (Jose Garcia Munoz) Looking to implement OpenMRS for clinics\nNorth America\n* Veterinary Use, University of Pennsylvania (Jonathan) Customizing OpenMRS to track animal care (herds, species, etc.) after disasters like the BP oil spill\n
  • OpenMRS is used in many places & many ways: Africa, Asia, Europe, Middle East, and N & S America.\nEx: CHICA, ODK Collect, Rwanda, NCD, Maryland Health Exchange, MDR-TB, ILD in Pakistan, OpenMRS in LA,, Evelyn Castle in Nigeria, Hospital Systems in India\n* Botswana, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (Tony Luberti and Jonathan Crossette) Building informatics capacity in Botswana through a collaboration with the MOH and University of Botswana School of Medicine. Plan to do OpenMRS training in 2012\n* Ghana, Ghana Health Service (Anthony Ofusu) Using OpenMRS to promote open source tools as part of national strategy for health information. Wants to use OpenMRS as national standard\n Uganda, Accordia Global Health Foundation (Tiera Kendle) Using OpenMRS for 36 rural health centers: data surveillance, HIV, TB, malaria and other infectious diseases\n* Senegal, MoH – Telemedicine National Porgram (Niang) Looking to use OpenMRS for national telemed program\n * Zambia, Providence Medical Centre (Mbanandi Muyangana) Implementation for clinics in Zambia\nAsia\n* Cambodia, Better Health Service Project (Mean Reatanak Sambath) Using OpenMRS to build health information systems and use for medical reporting\n* Vietnam (Dr. Barry Levine – San Francisco State University) OpenMRS training and starting implementations\nEurope/Middle East\n* Armenia, Armenian Association of Telemedicine (Dr. Barry Levine – San Francisco State University) Working toward a national rollout of OpenMRS\n* Israel, Bahai World Centre (Nima Mazloumi) Looking to implement OpenMRS for their care centers\n* Spain, EHAS Foundation and Rey Juan Carols University (Jose Garcia Munoz) Looking to implement OpenMRS for clinics\nNorth America\n* Veterinary Use, University of Pennsylvania (Jonathan) Customizing OpenMRS to track animal care (herds, species, etc.) after disasters like the BP oil spill\n
  • OpenMRS is a community\n
  • OpenMRS is a community\n
  • OpenMRS is a community\n
  • OpenMRS is a community\n
  • Jeff Wishnie & Rohit Bansal: Social Impact Program\nA program you should be proud of\n
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OpenMRS Keynote for ThoughtWorks Away Day OpenMRS Keynote for ThoughtWorks Away Day Presentation Transcript

  • Burke Mamlin, MD
  • Silos
  • Social Impact
  • Saving Lives While On the Beach• Design• Coding• Testing• Documentation• Agile Development• ...
  • TW & OpenMRS• Providers & Visit• Dashboard Graphs• Mavenizing OpenMRS• Flowsheet Module• Performance Testing Harness• Web Services
  • Code Jam• Web Services• Creating BDD Scripts• OpenMRS API Development• Module Development• User Interface Design http://go.openmrs.org/codejam