News & Events
Opereffa - initial release
The openEHR Foundation is pleased to announce the early release of Opereffa - openEHR REFerence Framework and Application, under development at UCL.
PatientOS openEHR demo at virtual HIMSS
PatientOS Inc. will be demonstrating with a live system which users can log into, the interoperability between two distinct systems using openEHR Archetypes.
svn.openehr.org turned off
The old URL http://svn.openehr.org has been turned off; use http://www.openehr.org/svn. If you have an error when doing an SVN operation on a local repository, check if this is the initial part of the URL.
Microsoft Connected Health Framework (CHF) uses archetypes
The latest edition of Microsoft's Connected Health Framework - a strategy based on the idea of 'knowledge-driven health' - includes openEHR (ISO 13606-2) archetypes as part of its domain knowledge architecture.
New ADL Workbench release supports RM validation
A new version of the ADL Workbench ('AWB') based on the latest ADL / AOM 1.5 draft specifications has been released.
openEHR Release 1.0.2 published
The openEHR Foundation is pleased to announce Release 1.0.2 of the specifications.
CfH / NEHTA / Canada Health Infoway - openEHR presentation
Professor David Ingram (Head of CHIME, UCL, chair of openEHR Foundation) delivered an invited presentation at a workshop in Helsingor, Denmark.
openEHR / SNOMED CT training course
The CHIME department, University College London, is hosting a 2-day training course on openEHR and SNOMED CT.
Python / openEHR workshop, XVIII IEA World Congress of Epidemiology
There will be a 1.5 day workshop on openEHR using the Python implementation (aka. OSHIP) at the XVIII IEA World Congress of Epidemiology.
OSHIP / openEHR workshop
The International Workshop on Open Source Health Informatics Projects will take place this month in Brazil.
IHTSDO 2008 Summer Conference
This six-day international working conference is being hosted by NHS Connecting for Health to bring together IHTSDO's working group and project group members and members of National Release Centres from across the Globe.
Implementing SNOMED CT
This is a practical conference concerned with how todesign, implement, deploy, migrate, support and evolve computer applications that use SNOMED CT.
New openEHR Decision Support mailing list
A new openEHR Decision Support mailing list has been created. openEHR has only a small number of lists outside of the specific programming language sub-communities, and each is broad, reflecting a belief in the interdisciplinary nature of things.
openEHR Python project started
This week an upload of code from Tim Cook marks the start of the openEHR Python project. This project aims to produce an open source implementation of openEHR in Python.
Various openEHR-related events are occurring at MIE 2008. A number of papers relating to archetypes and associated terminology issues are on the programme, as well as two openEHR-related tutorials.
First openEHR Ruby implementation released
Akimihci Tatsukawa and Shinji Kobayashi of openEHR.jp announce the release of version 0.0.1 of a Ruby implementation of openEHR.
ADL Workbench 1.4.1 release
Release 1.4.1 of the Archetype Workbench is now available. This release includes some major new features.
Health IT press Australia: OpenEHR - The World's Record
An article on openEHR in Australia's Pulse+IT magazine, by Heather Leslie.
Vivici announce PHR
Vivici of the Netherlands announce their personal health record based on openEHR.
openEHR Archetype Editorial Group launched
The lead group for archetype authoring has been formed - the Archetype Editorial Group. This group will work with Sebastian Garde to finalise the process for the authoring of archetypes and begin the ratification of all archetypes.