From Luis Falcon`s blog:
This series brings a lot of exciting features, both from the technical and functional point of views.
On the technical side, the most important one is the compatibility with Tryton 2.4, and the demo database, so you can test it with data.
There has been major changes in the services and billing functionality, making easy the tracking of all the services done to a patient, and what would be subject to invoicing.
|Evaluations per doctor chart in GNU Health|
- Compatible with Tryton 2.4
- Full Patient clinical history reporting in LibreOffice
- Included demo database with over 500 patients
- Realtime charts and statistics graphics
- Automatic doctor assignment in patient evaluations
- Add Gynecological Screening History – Mammography, PAP and colposcopy
- Improve patient evaluation , differential diagnosis and secondary conditions
- Add disease groups, very useful for epidemiology
- Better patient and contact tracking
- Initial Tuberculosis lab tests, included in the MDG (Millennium Development Goal # 6 ) module.
|Health Services form in GNU Healt|
Thank you to all of you who have contributed to this new version of GNU Health. Thanks to the Tryton community for the great Tryton 2.4; to my colleagues from Thymbra for developing the graphics / reporting module (Sebastián), working on the documenation and testing (Cristina and Selene) and, of course, to all the GNU Health and GNU community for adopting and hosting our project !
GNU Health is a free Health and Hospital Information System that provides the following functionality :
- Electronic Medical Record (EMR)
- Hospital Information System (HIS)
- Health Information System
GNU Health has been awarded the Best Project of Social Benefit from the Free Software Foundation in 2012.
GNU Health is the Hospital Information System chosen by the United Nations International Institute of Global Health.
Main site : health.gnu.org
Governments hosting GNU Health through their portals :
European Commission (EU) , JoinUp
Brazil: Portal do Software Público Brasileiro (SPB)