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Mozambique Priority Use Case
High priority roadmap features/issues related to the application of OpenMRS and its distributions in Mozambique.
So of the topics that are currently relevant include:
|Extending Bahmni Integration with DHIS2|
Work on support for Bahmni integration with DHIS2
See here for more info:
Reporsitory to work on: https://github.com/lauravignoli/dhis2-integration
How to install maven in centos 6: https://tecadmin.net/install-apache-maven-on-centos/
|Learning about SPA / Microfrontends|
There will be some people from the Microfrontends Squad at the hackathon to help people get started with Microfrontends and Single-SPA, the technologies behind the new OpenMRS front-end initiative.
|OpenMRS and FHIR||There has been some recent work on the FHIR module and a working group set up looking at OpenMRS and FHIR. This session will focus on the use of FHIR in the OpenMRS community and look for opportunities to extend support for FHIR. This will likely include some focus on the WHO CDS topic below.|
|OpenMRS/Bahmni Data Exchange and Interoperability with openIMIS|
There is ongoing work for interfacing with various tools and workflows (OpenMRS Bahmni, DHIS2), leveraging the OpenHIM and other HIE components:
OpenHIM Mapping Mediator: https://github.com/jembi/openhim-mediator-mapping
OpenHIM Mediator Tutorials: https://github.com/jembi/openhim-mediator-tutorial
|Slides: openIMIS @ OMRS19 Hackathon|
|WHO Clinical Decision Support|
The World Health Organization (WHO) Computable Care Guidelines working group has been working on Clinical Decision Support using FHIR/CQL and have set up a simplified reference implementation to make it easier for POS applications to interact with this. The aim of this session is to support practical investigations into how Bahmni and OpenMRS could engage/interface with this.
|Slides: WHO CCG @ OMRS19 Hackathon|