AuShadha 2.0 , a new re-write of AuShadha Electronic Medical Records has just had it first major commit . Find the repository at https://github.com/dreaswar/AuShadha2.0 .
I’m excited to participate at #PySangamam the first Python Conference in Tamil Nadu at chennai Next month to talk on AuShadha EMR via #Townscript https://t.co/xipWgkYQDF via @townscript #Python #Django #webdevelopment @aushadha_emr
AuShadha Open Source Electronic Medical Records Project Update: AuShadha is an electronic medical records project in Python, Django and Dojo. AuShadha is getting ICD 10 Ready…. Just building an XML parser using elementtree module to parse the ICD 10 codes into a DB. Know more about AuShadha at: http://facebook.com/AuShadha Live Demo at : http://tinyurl.com/byaorgq Dr.Easwar http://www.dreaswar.com/
Hosted Live Demo for AuShadha Electronic Medical Records Project Finally my Open Source Electronic Medical Records using Django, Python, and Dojo has a hosted Live Demo. This features the ‘master’ branch from Github. Issues: Initial screen load takes some times with un-styled display. This will be fixed later. Please take it as a prototype and explore and let me know. Physical Examinations and Admissions management has not been integrated, will do it soon Login as below: username : demo_user password : demopassword URL: http://powerful-earth-4121.herokuapp.com/AuShadha/alternate_layout/ Please leave your comments here. Thanks,… Read more Hosted Live Demo for AuShadha Open Source Electronic Medical Records Project →
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… Read more AuShadha Open Source Electronic Medical Records Project : Version 1 at the Horizon →
My Hospital has requested me to install Electronic Medical Records (EMR). We are planning, as always, an Open Source Based EMR Solution. I have desisted from offering my Open Source Electronic Medical Records -AuShadha as one of the options as its still in heavy development.Therefore I have advised two Open Source Implementations that I have short listed after scouring all the available choices that are listed in Wikipedia and Medfloss. While some of the implementations are not in active development, others are not specifically meant for private clinics like ours.… Read more War of the Python EMRs Starts this week at my Hospital – GNUmed v/s GNUHealth →
AuShadha EMR Project gets listed at Medfloss website http://www.medfloss.org/node/806 Thanks Medfloss for the help in listing the Project !
AuShadha is undergoing a UI desgin makeover to fit into the present role. I had Open sourced my private EMR, so essentially I am stripping it of personal features and… Read more AuShadha UI is about to get a design make over – A Preview Mockup →
This is a preview of AuShadha Icon Pack. AuShadha my Electronic Medical Records project will be using this. If is nearing completion and soon will be released. The project is hosted on Bitbucket and is private now. I am finalising the icon licences and attributions. Hence the watermark on the Screenshot. Most icons are derived straight / modified from NounProject. Please keep a watch on http://facebook.com/AuShadha/ Please watch this space as I will announce it here or on Facebook .
In continuation of my previous blog article: How many Administrators does it take to run a Hospital ?, the brevity and conclusion of which interested me so much that I went deeper into this subject. A link from that article drew me to an article by Kevin MD on the subject of health care spending. In India, as in the USA where health care spending is something worrisome, this should make very interesting reading. It is no secret that there is no love lost between Administrators and Doctors in most… Read more Is Medical Administration a wasteful expenditure ? →