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This page lists the results of an OpenMRS implementation survey conducted by Jembi Health Systems as part of requirements gathering for the Rwanda Health Enterprise Architecture (RHEA) project.
This survey was conducted in April 2012.

1.The AMPATH implementation, Eldoret

Installation name

AMPATH

Location

Eldoret

Contact person

Ada Yeung

Servers

Two servers, Production Server and research server

Production Server use

Data entry, clinical data lookup, data corrections on past encounter/obs/merge duplicate patient records, scheduled tasks, ID generation etc.

Research Server use

Heavy duty queries and reports

Server specs (For each of the servers)

32 GB RAM, Dual 2.4 GHz Quad Core

OS

Ubuntu 9.10 x 86_64 (2.6.31-22 server)

JVM

JVM 1.5.0_22-b04

MySQL

MySQL 5.1.37

Application Server

Apache Tomcat 6.0.20

Backup servers

One each for Production and research servers

Remote servers

Seven remote servers for onsite data entry

Remote server configuration

2.5 GHz CPU with 2046 MB RAM (per each)

Data

 

Patients

482,000

Observations

124 million

Encounters

3.6 million

Challenges

Takes over 48 hours to do the obs update during the 1.8 testing setup

2.Hospital Albert Schweitzer (Haiti) - Updated 17-Jan-2013

Installation name

Hospital Albert Schweitzer

Location

Haiti (Deschapelles)

Contact person

Rubens Paul (Formerly James Arbaugh)

Server

Dell PowerEdge R510, with dual processors, RAID, redundant power supplies, and redundant networking.

OS

Suse Linux Enterprise Server 11 SP2 - 3.0.31-0.9 Xen

Physical memory

Physical memory: 11892.82 MB Available memory: 513.85 MB Total page file: 2055.14 MB Free page file: 1028.06 MB Memory load: 96

JVM

JVM - 1.6.0_30-b12

MySQL

MySQL Server version: 5.5.22

Application Server

Tomcat 7.0.27

OpenMRS Version

Version: 1.9.2 Build e9813c

Data

 

Patients

745,950

Observations

7,096,227

Encounters

1,360,419

Users

167

Concurrent Users

~15

Note

They have fine-tuned OpenMRS performance over the years

3. eHealth Systems Chile

Installation name

eHealth Systems, Chile

Location

Chile

Contact person

Joaquin Blaya

Server

Two implementations running on a Quad Core Intel 1.86 GHz virtual machine

Physical memory

2 GB RAM

Application Server

Tomcat 6.0.18

Data

 

Patients

149

Observations

4893

4. Masaka Regional Referral Hospital, Uganda

Installation name

Masaka Regional Referral Hospital

Location

Uganda

Contact person

Matthew Ssemakadde

Servers

One

Server specs

PowerEdge T610 Tower Server

Processor

Intel Xeon Quad Core X3460 2.8GHz 8MB Cache 2.5GT/s, Turbo, HT

Memory

16GB DDR3 PC3-10600 1333MHz ECC Memory

Hard Drives

4TB (4 x 1TB) 7200 RPM SATA Hard Drives, RAID: PERC S100 On-Board SATA RAID Controller

Power Supply

Dual Power Supply

Integrated Features

Dual Intel GB NIC's, USB, DVD-RW

OS

Windows Server 2008 Enterprise

JVM

jdk-6u20-windows-i586

MySQL

MySQL 5.0

Application Server

apache-tomcat-6.0.29

Data

 

Patients

17,286

Observations

5,229,853

Challenges

none

5. Partners In Health

Installation name

ZL

IMB

Lesotho

APZU

Location

Haiti

Rwanda

Lesotho

Neno, Malawi

OpenMRS version

1.9

1.9

1.6

1.7

Contact person

Ellen Ball

Servers

2 (sync)

24 (sync)

1

1

OS

Ubuntu 10.04LTS

JVM

jdk1.6.0_17

MySQL

MySQL 5.5

Application Server

Apache Tomcat 6.0.29

Backup

All servers are backed up nightly

Patients

168K

31K

12K

 

Observations

400K

1M

2M

 

Encounters

432K

36K

300K

 

Modules

patient registration
sync
mds
htmlform
address hierarchy
reporting
patient flags
id gen
name phonetics
mdrtb
html widgets

patient registration
sync
mds
htmlform
rwanda address hierarchy
reporting
patient flags
id gen
name phonetics
mdrtb
html widgets

HTML Form Entry
Regimen Pickup
BIRT Report Module
Log Manager
Reporting Compatibility
HTML Widgets

 

6. IRD - Ali Habib

Site

Pakistan

Focus

MDR-TB

Started in

2008

Patients

330 (question)

Modules

mdrtb,HTML form entry, xforms, flowsheet, reporting, reportingcompatibility

Server

Ubuntu 10

Version

OpenMRS 1.6

Site

Tajikistan

Started in

2011

patients

700

Modules

mdrtb, TML FormEntry, xforms, AddressHierarchy, reporting, reportingcompatibility

Server

Ubuntu 10, Dell PowerEdge

Version

OpenMRS 1.6

site

Nepal

Server

Ubuntu 10, Dell PowerEdge

Started in

2012

patients

1285

Modules

mdrtb,HTML FormEntry, xforms, reporting, reportingcompatibility

Version

OpenMRS 1.6

7. MigrantHealth:IL - Tobin Greenswig

Location

Tel Aviv, Israel

Purpose

Primary care clinic in Israel for refugees

Patients

>7,521

Started early 2012

Version: OpenMRS 1.8.3

server

HP Microserver N40L running Ubuntu 11

Modules

ID Generation, HTML Widgets, Role Based Homepage, HTML Formentry, formerly used HTML Flowsheet, Reporting

8. CHITS (Community Health Information Tracking System) OpenMRS  -- National Telehealth Center

LocationPhilippines
ContactUniversity of the Philippines Manila - National Telehealth Center

Purpose

Primary healthcare facilities in the Philippines

Version

OpenMRS 1.8.3
OSUbuntu 11.04, Ubuntu 12.04, Ubuntu 12.10

JVM

1.6.0_27, 1.7.0_21

MySQLMySQL 5.5.31, MySQL 5.5.32
Application ServerTomcat 6.0.36
Physical Memory2GB RAM, 4GB RAM (Preferred)
ModulesCHITS Patient Module, HTML Form Entry, FormEntry, XForms, HTML Widgets, Reporting Compatibility, Rest Web Services, Serialization Xstream, Reporting

Interoperability

mCHITS (BlackBerry-based application that synchronizes with local health center server CHITS-OpenMRS instance)

RxBox2 (Biomedical monitoring device for patient's BP, HR, O2 sat, fetal heart rate, and uterine contractions; can send values and synchronize with CHITS-OpenMRS)

DHIS2 (using the OpenMRS' DHIS2 Reporting Module of Bob)

Patients

approx. 150,000

Encounters

approx. 350,000

Observations

approx. 8,000,000

Sites
Implemented in at least 101 health facilities: Quezon City - 73, Navotas City - 10, RxBox2 Project (Batch1) - 15, rCHITS1 Project - 3;
To be deployed in 34 more: RxBox2 Project (1st batch) - 5, rCHITS2 Project - 9 (1 previous site excluded), RxBox2 Project (2nd batch) - 20

Notes

CHITS is used in the health centers, lying-in clinics, social hygiene clinics and animal bite center. The projects rCHITS and RxBox with CHITS component are deployed in different parts of the Philippines, although preferred locations are usually in GIDA (Geographically Isolated and Disadvantaged Areas).
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  1. Unknown User (r.friedman)

    Love that psychical memory, saves a lot of data entry. Thanks for posting.