Welcome to the OpenMRS Wiki page!
The home of the most important OpenMRS resources.
We are glad to see you here! As you embark on the journey towards exploring OpenMRS, it's capabilities and impact, we have put together some of our favourite macros on this homepage to assist you get started. As you start creating pages, blogging and commenting you'll see the macros below fill up with all the activity in your space.
If you're interested in starting as a DEVELOPER, take a look through our Developer Manual (download a pdf here: http://om. rs/newdevpdf). This book will give you all the information you need to get started as an OpenMRS developer in an easy to read and concise format. Once you've read through the book, click here to find a quick summary of things you can do to get started!
If you're interested in IMPLEMENTING OpenMRS, take a look at our Implementer Wiki Page
If you're interested in VOLUNTEERING for OpenMRS, visit the volunteer page on our website!
The latest version of OpenMRS is Reference Application 2.6.0 with bug fixes such as:
To keep up-to-date on our most recent versions and bug fixes make sure to visit our Release Notes section of the Wiki.
A sample anonymized data set, including 5,000 patients and 500,000 observations, is available for testing the OpenMRS reference application. This is useful for potential implementers to see how OpenMRS might work within their health clinics. Download our demo data here.
The purpose of developer stages is to help clarify where people are in their journey, motivate people to become increasingly skilled in OpenMRS development, and help us recognize when people are becoming more skilled with OpenMRS Development.
OpenMRS has been accepted as a mentoring organization for Google Summer of Code™ 2017! Since 2007, we've enjoyed participating in this great program and we're extremely excited about the projects and mentorship opportunities available this year. Coding for OpenMRS is a great way to practice your coding skills and, at the same time, help benefit people in developing countries who are on the front lines of the battle against HIV/AIDS, TB, Malaria, and other public health challenges.
OpenMRS holds weekly meetings which are open to the public.
08 March 2017 - 01 November 2017
01 November 2016 - 08 March 2017
The time change reflects the change in Daylight Saving Time