News & Events
ADL 1.5 Workbench - beta release 4
A new beta release of the ADL 1.5 Workbench is now available here. Quite a lot of new features have been added, as described in the release notes. Please note that this release only includes a Windows build; Linux and Mac builds will follow in the next couple of weeks.
openEHR Transition Announcement
A new Interim Board of openEHR has been created to take openEHR to a new level of operations; a new structure, business model and governance.
MIE 2011 is the 23rd International Conference of EFMI - the European Federation for Medical Informatics, and takes place in Oslo. The conference will cover various topics in the area of e-health, health informatics and telemedicine.
Message from the Chair of the openEHR Board
A Personal Message to the openEHR Community. I wrote here some time ago of my forthcoming retirement and our wish and intention, as a Board, to pass the mantle of openEHR to the best possible new leadership and ownership, from October 1st.
First open source release of openEHR.NET
The first release of openEHR.NET is available now. openEHR.NET is a C# implementation of the openEHR Reference Model and Archetype Model specifications, allowing developers to build openEHR applications by composing RM objects, validate against AM objects and serialise to/from XML.
ADL 1.5 Workbench - beta release 3
The latest beta of the ADL 1.5 Workbench for Windows, Mac and Linux can now be downloaded from the help page. It includes significant UI improvements, and an implementation of annotations as recently discussed on the lists.
OpenEHR sessions at HL7
Two openEHR sessions are scheduled at the next HL7 WGM in Sydney, both on Friday 14 January, the last day of the meeting.
Brazil chooses openEHR for EHR at all levels of government
Brazil has chosen to use openEHR and archetypes for the shareable EHR at three levels of government - federal, state and municipal.
Achetype Editor 2.2 beta release
A new beta release of the Archetype Editor is now available here. Bug fixes and enhancements are described in the release notes. Issues can be reported on the Problem Report tracker here.
openEHR / IHTSDO Update from the Board
At the end of August, the Foundation Board posted an announcement about progress of discussions with IHTSDO concerning governance of archetypes and SNOMED terminology, expecting to be in a position to report back by mid-October.
ADL 1.5 Workbench - beta release 2
A second beta of the ADL/AOM 1.5 Workbench has been released. The main feature added is support for regression testing of archetypes. A new SVN repository has been added that contains test archetypes as well as the object model schemas used to drive the ADL Workbench.
MedInfo 2010 this year takes place in Cape Town, South Africa. The openEHR-related activities include a clinical modelling workshop and various presentations.
openEHR / IHTSDO explore IP integration, governance, SNOMED archetypes
The openEHR Foundation core team held a two-day meeting with senior representatives of the IHTSDO. The meeting explored the potential for integration of the IP held by the openEHR Foundation and that of the IHTSDO under the governance arrangements, internationally, of the IHTSDO.
ADL 1.5 Workbench - beta release
A new beta of the ADL Workbench (AWB) has been published. This version of the tool has been greatly improved from previous versions and has many new features. It also implements most of the ADL / AOM 1.5 draft specifications, which completely replace the ADL and AOM 1.4 vintage.
David Ingram interview with Talkstandards
In an exclusive interview with Talkstandards, Professor David Ingram of openEHR, outlines some of his expectations for the future of ICT in the health care sector.
8th Medical Open Source Software Seminar
It is a pleasure to announce the 8th Medical Open Source Software Seminar will take place in Tokyo.
IHTSDO and openEHR Begin Collaborative Work Programme
Organizations will explore how clinical terminologies and archetype-based record structures can best be aligned to support electronic health records.
OSHIP gets CLIPS decision support engine
The Open Source Health Information Platform (OSHIP) has integrated the "gold standard" forward chaining inference engine CLIPS in order to support complex decision support requirements.
Various openEHR-related events are occurring at MIE 2009, this year at Sarajevo.
openEHR in £1.1m Wellcome Trust Sintero project
The openEHR health computing platform will be used as the basis of the core clinical repository for the Sintero project funded by a £1.1m grant from the Wellcome Trust.