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OMRS20: A Virtual Experiment

We usually have about 175 people attend our annual OpenMRS Implementers Meetings each year. Our Global Events Team begins setting everything up with our host country team as early as March. People start making plans and bookings a few months later.  This year, the COVID-19 pandemic led us to make a change that made OMRS20 […]

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OpenMRS Reference Application 2.11.0 released

It’s a moment of happiness for the OpenMRS community as we announce the OpenMRS Reference Application 2.11.0 release.It’s built on the OpenMRS Platform version 2.3.2 and includes updates and bug fixes of over 40 modules, unfortunately or fortunately we didn’t bundle spa module which was considered a hot cake at the beginning. Please see the […]

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Three Ways OpenMRS is Improving OpenMRS Analytics

At OMRS18, over 150 people brainstormed ideas about how we might make reporting easier. Ideas ranged from standarding reporting requirements to analytics tools to intuitive data pipelines to exporting data to other applications. Earlier this year, several contributors began turning these ideas into reality. Here are three areas where our community is working on together […]

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Making Community-Led Quality Assurance Happen

When the QA Team embarked on their journey to strengthen our community’s QA processes and tools, one of the first things they did was identify their goals as a team:  Community-led.Sustainable and robust testing processes and framework.Foster a culture of quality assurance in developer and implementer practices.To produce high-quality OpenMRS products. It’s one thing to […]

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Squad Showcase! An OpenMRS Show and Tell

Have you been wondering what the OpenMRS community has been working on this year? Since January, a growing number of squads in the OpenMRS Community are either exploring new technologies like Single Spa, improving existing modules such as OCL for OpenMRS, or in the case of the FHIR module, both. The innovation and collaboration happening […]

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