List of open-source health software

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The following is a list of software packages and applications licensed under an open-source license or in the public domain for use in the health care industry.

Public health and biosurveillance[edit]

Electronic records and medical practice management[edit]

Name Maintainer License Programming language/
Software stack
Operating System Features Target setting
EHR/EMR HIS? Practice management? Other
Bahmni ThoughtWorks Technologies[4] GNU AGPL[4] OpenMRS; JavaScript[4] ? EMR Yes ? Low resource environments
ClearHealth ClearHealth Inc.[5] GNU GPL[5] PHP, JavaScript[6] ? EMR ? Scheduling & billing HIPAA security
CottageMed ? GNU GPL[7] FileMaker Cross-platform[7] EMR[7] ? ? Prescriptions[7]
FreeMED FreeMED Software Foundation[8] GNU GPL[9] ? ? Yes ? Yes HIPAA compliant
FreeMedForms EMR ? Debian-compatible[10] ? Cross-platform[10] EMR ? ? Medical software suite International
ERPNext Frappe Technologies GNU GPL[11] Python; JavaScript ? EMR Yes Yes
GaiaEHR ? GNU GPL[12] PHP & Ext JS ? EHR ? ?
GNUmed GNUmed GNU GPL[13] Python (wxPython); PostgreSQL[13] Cross-platform[13] Yes[13] No ?
GNU Health GNU Health (GNU Project) GNU GPL[14] Python (wxPython); PostgreSQL Cross-platform EMR[14] Yes[14] Yes[14]
Hospital OS ? GNU GPL[15] Java[15] Linux & Windows[15] ? Yes ? Small Thai hospitals[15]
HospitalRun ? GNU GPL[16] ? ? EMR ? ? Offline-first Hospitals in developing countries
HOSxP ? Public domain[17] Delphi/Kylix[17] Windows[17] EHR Yes[17] Financial[17] Thai hospitals[17]
MedinTux MedinTux team[18] CeCILL[18] C++[19] Cross-platform[20] ? ? Yes Modular design; web[21] & desktop interfaces French hospital emergency departments & smaller practices
Odoo Medical LasLabs & Odoo Community Association[22] Affero GPL[22] Odoo[22] ? ? Yes ? Family medicine & primary healthcare
OpenClinic ? GNU GPL[23] PHP, JavaScript[23] Cross-platform[23] EMR ? ? Private clinics[23]
OpenEMR ? GNU GPL[24] PHP, JavaScript; MySQL[25] Cross-platform[24] EMR[24] ? Yes[24] Patient portal & prescriptions[24]
open-eObs Neova Health[26] GNU AGPL[27] Odoo; Python, JavaScript[28] ? Observation & clinical assessment Ward-level ? Real-time view of all patients National Health Service
Open Dental Open Dental Software[29] GNU GPL[29] ? ? Dental record No Yes Dentistry
OpenEyes ? GNU GPL[30] ? ? EMR ? ? Ophthalmology
OpenHospital Informatici Senza Frontiere[31] GNU GPL[31] Java[31] Cross-platform[31] EMR Yes Yes Small rural hospitals
openMAXIMS ? GNU AGPL[32] ? ? Yes Patient administration system ? Scalable Used in the National Health Service and applicable to other health systems
OpenMRS OpenMRS Inc.[33] MPL with Healthcare Disclaimer[33] Java ? EMR ? ? Extensible & scalable
OSCAR McMaster ? GNU GPL[34] ? ? EMR[34] ? Billing Web interface; PHR[34] Canadian healthcare providers
OSEHRA VistA OSEHRA[35] Apache[36] ? ? EHR[35] ? ? Non-governmental use
PopHealth OSEHRA Apache[37] ? ? Reporting engine No No Clinical Quality Measure database; web interface
Ripple Ripple Foundation[38] Apache[38] JavaScript (Node.js)[38] ? Yes ? ? Integrated digital care record platform National Health Service
SMART Pediatric Growth Chart Boston Children's Hospital[39] Apache[39] JavaScript[40] ? Growth charts ? ? FHIR-based Pediatrics
Spinnaker Dental IT Ltd[41] GNU GPL[41] ? ? Dental record ? Yes Open Dental fork[42] UK dental practices[42]
THIRRA ? MPL[43] PHP5 (CodeIgniter), JavaScript (jQuery);[43] PostgreSQL ? EHR[43] ? ? Disease surveillance;[43] web interface Ambulatory care & public health[43]
VistA US Department of Veterans Affairs Free[35] ? ? EHR ? ? Veterans Health Administration facilities
WorldVistA WorldVistA[35] GNU GPL[44] ? ? EHR[35] ? ? Non-governmental use
ZEPRS Zcore Research Triangle Institute[45] Apache[45] Java[45] ? Yes ? ? Web interface

Health system management[edit]

  • iHRIS is an integrated Human Resource Information System developed by IntraHealth International under USAID-funded CapacityPlus project and deployed in more than 20 countries in the world.[46] iHRIS is distributed under the GNU GPL.[47]
  • DHIS is a district health management information system and data warehouse. DHIS2 is released under the BSD license.[48]
  • HRHIS is a human resource for health information system for management of human resources for health developed by University of Dar es Salaam college of information and communication technology, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, for Ministry of Health and Social Welfare (Tanzania) and funded by the Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA).[citation needed]

Prescriptions and medicines management[edit]

  • OpenEP is a suite of medicines management apps that improve the safety and efficiency of prescribing and medicines management. It is available under the GNU AGPL.[49]

Disease management[edit]

Examination/diagnosis[edit]

Imaging/visualization[edit]

Medical information systems[edit]

Research[edit]

Mobile devices[edit]

Out-of-the-box distributions[edit]

Interoperability[edit]

Specifications[edit]

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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