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  • 1. The first OpenMRS “Distribution” openmrskenya.blogspot.com
  • 2.  Deploy OpenMRS to hundreds of facilities …without hundreds of sysadmins …“few moving parts” Consistent configuration everywhere …shared metadata …never manually modify configuration …centrally managed via modules “Distribution” means a packaged, pre-configured OpenMRS, with a custom UI for specific workflows.
  • 3.  OpenMRS 1.9 (we want Visits) MVP/CIEL Concept Dictionary Metadata Sharing HTML Form Entry HTML Form Entry 1.9 Extensions UI Framework UI Library App Framework …and the Kenya EMR module to tie it all together
  • 4. MoH Content (Facility MVP/CIEL Dictionary updates Dictionaryindex, etc) (currently via SQL dump) Server* Official Form Final forms Devs Metadata Development Devs (via MDS) Devs Server Server github Distribution ZIP VM Packaging Facilities ping Official Metadata Server for new distro versions … Facilities Facilities Facilities Facilities
  • 5.  Distribution “content” = MDS packages, included in our Also used to move completed forms from Form Development server to Official Metadata server ◦ Validate forms to ensure they only refer to MVP/CIEL concepts before they are “final”
  • 6.  Thank you Rafal and Piotr!
  • 7.  Works with Metadata Sharing, so it fits in our distribution model ◦ Allows for distributed form development Just HTML, so it’s easy to embed forms in our UI workflows
  • 8.  We want simple UI workflows, custom-built for our use case. UI Framework makes these quick to develop ◦ good support for AJAX-y actions ◦ zero module redeployments Widgets intended for reuse by others go in the UI Library module
  • 9.  Lots of apps, each encapsulating a specific limited workflow ◦ Front Desk Registration ◦ Vitals/Triage station ◦ Medical Encounter ◦ Medical Chart ◦ Lab Result Entry ◦ Reports ◦ Admin Enable apps for specific users via privileges
  • 10.  Activator that loads MDS packages at startup MetadataConstants.java, defining all our metadata by UUID User Interface ◦ Lots of controllers and GSPs ◦ A bit of Javascript Maven script for building the distribution
  • 11.  mvn package –DbuildDistro=true ◦ Builds the kenyaemromod project ◦ Fetches omod files from modules.openmrs.org  Using a snapshot version of a dependent module takes extra work--which is good! Currently only MDS. Could be more elegant, but it works.
  • 12.  Package a bunch of omod files in a ZIP Load them all in one atomic action Figures out the dependencies
  • 13.  Upload a new distribution zip file. moduledistro figures out what to do. Easy! Next step: automatic downloads
  • 14.  1. Start with OpenMRS 1.9 ◦ Remove bundled modules ◦ Bundle just the moduledistromodule 2. Get the MVP/CIEL dictionary
  • 15.  3. Upload our distribution zip The zip contains just omod files. ◦ moduledistro figures out how to start them in the right order ◦ kenyaemr.omodhas content as MDS packages
  • 16. A few things absolutelyneed to be managed locally
  • 17.  Demo -- not yet complete :-) ◦ https://69.91.227.205/openmrs ◦ User/pass = demo/demo Code is on github: ◦ github.com/djazayeri/openmrs-module-kenyaemr ◦ github.com/djazayeri/openmrs-module-uiframework ◦ github.com/djazayeri/openmrs-module-uilibrary ◦ github.com/djazayeri/openmrs-module-appframework ◦ github.com/PIH/openmrs-module-moduledistro Everything except the Kenya EMR module is in the module repository Follow our progress at openmrskenya.blogspot.com