About the EHR category


(Michael Downey) #1

Discussion about LibreHealth EHR


(Tony McCormick) #2

Guys - @aethelwulffe @teryhill @ken @sam.likins

Here’s the basic PUBLIC discussion Category, Projects - EHR that we can use to chat about general EHR topics

–Tony


(Adithi Muruganandam) #4

I am working on Google code-In. How long the project has been going? How many companies use this program? Tell me the history of development of this project please. Thank you for the information.


(Tony McCormick) #5

You’ll have to get information from @downey @judywawira or @sunbiz for history on the Toolkit side of the house.

Right from the README.MD for LibreEHR related projects.

LibreHealth EHR is a free and open-source electronic health records and medical practice management application.

The mission of LibreHealth is to help provide high quality medical care to all people, regardless of race, socioeconomic status, or geographic location, by providing medical practices and clinics across the globe access to free of charge medical software.

That same software is designed to save clinics both time and money, which gives practitioners more time to spend with individual patients, thereby supplying patients with higher quality care.

We are current and former contributors to OpenEMR and thank that community for years of hard work. We intend to honor that legacy by allowing this new community to leverage the good things in OpenEMR, share what we create and not be afraid to break backward compatibility in the name of forward progress and modern development models.

We are collaborating closely with the LibreHealth Project LibreHealth.io, an umbrella organization for health IT projects with similar goals.

Our project is primarily licensed under Mozilla Public License Version 2.

The code inherited from OpenEMR is licensed under GPL 2 or higher.

This project is part of the Software Freedom Conservancy family sfconservancy.org


(Adithi Muruganandam) #6

Thank you for the information.