AuShadha Open Source Electronic Medical Records project is coming along nicely.
This has been done in Python, Django and Dojo.
The project introduction is here
This is an update to AuShadha on the walk up to Version 1
I am rather busy lately which is why there has not been a post on this; its been quiet for a while, a little longer than I would have liked. The project though, has been far from quiet. Several Improvements both in UI and the back-end has been done and is continuing in a walk up to Version 1 vision put down in the Github Wiki Roadmap.
The gallery below is some samples of the improvements that have come along. These would not have been possible without the help of Dr. Richard Kim, whose constant advice , criticisms helped shape this and continues to do so. Developers involved with the project has been credited and integrated into the UI.
Predominantly the focus is on a balance between minimalism and functionality. It is known that minimalism is beautiful, but in a non-linear system like EMR the issue is that there may not be a workflow to speak off. People often need to random things at various times and expect the UI to keep things within reach. Initially I was not convinced about this, and my focus was more on workflow. Richard convinced me about this and now I see the light. However, my attraction towards minimalism has not been totally abandoned and try to achieve a balance.
As we see version 1 at the horizon, it will be nice to have your feedback. Do leave your comments and criticisms here.
Head over to Github , grab the code and let me know.