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The KenyaEMR is a tailored distribution of OpenMRS which meets the requirements laid out in the Kenya Ministry of Health document: 2011 Kenya EMR Standards and Guidelines. It's currently being developed by I-TECH and has been deployed to several sites in Kenya.

Installation

Sites that are part of the official rollout will receive KenyaEMR as part of a complete VM image. This is the recommended way to deploy KenyaEMR in a production environment as the VM image provides other important functionality such as automated backups. However, KenyaEMR can also easily be installed as a distribution (a set of modules) and this is how developers install KenyaEMR into their working environments.

See KenyaEMR Developer Installation Guide for more information.

Customisation

We expect other organisations implementing KenyaEMR will want to customise it by adding additional content specific to their sites. KenyaEMR has been designed with this in mind and has an API which allows add-on modules to add new content such as forms and reports. We strongly encourage developers who plan to do this to join the official mailing list so that they are notified of changes to KenyaEMR and it's API.

See KenyaEMR Add-on Module API for more information.

UI Library

KenyaEMR uses the new OpenMRS UI Framework module to create an entirely new point-of-care oriented user interface. Many of the fragments, decorators, stylesheets, icons and scripts are maintained in a separate module called Kenya UI which allows them to be more easily reused in different projects, especially add-on modules.

See Kenya UI Module for more information.

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