News & Events
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.
openEHR at BCS Primary Health Care Specialist Group
Thomas Beale presented openEHR at the British Computer Society Primary Health Care Specialist Group conference in Oxford.
There were 14 papers, workshops and posters at MedInfo 2007.
openEHR Release 1.0.1 published
The openEHR Foundation is pleased to announce Release 1.0.1 of the specifications. It is a stable base for ongoing implementation and forthcoming specifications.
UML of Release 1.0
On 16 March 2006 openEHR has released the UML diagrams of Release 1.0 incorporating changes from the public comment period.
openEHR Release 1.0 published
The openEHR Foundation is pleased to announce Release 1.0 of the specifications.
openEHR Release 0.96 published
Release 0.96 of the openEHR specifications is published today.
ADL Workbench release
The ADL reference parser is now available in the form of the ADL workbench, ADL validator application, dotNet DLL and Java (jni) DLL.
Initial release of Java kernel
The initial release of the java openEHR reference kernel is now available.
openEHR ARB formation
The Foundation has formally appointed an openEHR Architectural Review Board (ARB), with 8 members, to review future changes proposed to openEHR specifications and software.
openEHR Release 0.9 published
Version 0.9 of the openEHR specifications have been published.
Version control system adopted
openEHR public materials have been moved to a web-accessible version control system called BitKeeper, enabling reliable access and collaborative development on software and documents.
openEHR has 256 members
There are now 256 members from 42 countries - so we are a veritable international group! Thank you for your participation.
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