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How To Join

Contact Jamie Thomas for more information on how to join the call.

Agenda

Leads Present Role

  • Hamish Fraser (15 min)
    • Q&A (10 min)
  • Burke Mamlin (15 min)
    • Q&A (10 min)

Meeting Minute

View at notes.openmrs.org

Leads Present Role
  • Hamish Fraser - Evaluation and Impact Role
  • Organized the IRS responses that went out last week
  • System monitoring project for Rwanda - to improve monitoring systems
  • Need to evaluate the current designs to see if it is adequate - there will be a call around this
  • Hamish also will email the implmenters list to get some feedback on what others have done
  • Burke says that engineering would like to put together a system for change monitoring for OMRS core.
  • Been looking at evaluation broadly
  • training on ehealth and mhealth systems
  • teaching tutorial and MedInfo
  • unformally been evaluating reference application in Mirebalis
  • OMRS needs to strengthen standards and protocols for what successful implementations look like and what troubles less successful implementations are having
  • Believe there is value in creating an outreach to cultivate research activites for 
  • Burke Mamlin
  • First offical OMRS Reference Application team hangout was today
  • Things have been focused on reference application and so the sprint scheduling has been off track - may need to be made self sustaining
  • Have been having discussions about moving the license over
  • Dedicated development swim lane approach - looking at Kanban with helping to push things forward. Kanban is a system to control the logistical chain from a production point of view
  • Would like to measure metrics for what we are doing well in development - report back to the community
  • Darius would like design time for stories to be written
ThoughtWorks Meeting
  • Indy June 11-12 w/ David Walton - Director Global Health & Tiffany Lentz - Project Manager
  • TW will be working in Nepal with IRD
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