|License||MPL 2.0 with Healthcare Disclaimer|
|Get it at||http://openmrs.org/download/|
Goal & Philosophy
The OpenMRS Platform is the shared platform (the "plumbing") upon which all distributions of OpenMRS are based. Its goal is to be a minimal Java and RESTful back-end that developers can use to build their own clinical data applications. It does not aim to provide a user interface or application itself*.
This distro includes the latest released versions of OpenMRS Core and the REST Web Services module, and will eventually incorporate the FHIR module as well.
* ... As of Platform 1.12, the platform currently includes OpenMRS's legacy user interface (Legacy UI), but this UI will be removed (moved into a module) in Platform 2.0.
Developers can use the OpenMRS Platform to a build a separate application that uses OpenMRS as a RESTful clinical data store.
Developers can use the OpenMRS Platform to build a Java server-side web application.
Implementers can use the OpenMRS Platform and the legacy user interface (with the addition of common community-supported add-on modules like the HTML Form Entry module or the XForms Module) to build an EMR for a retrospective data entry and review use case.