News & Events
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.
openEHR at International Free Software Forum
Tim Cook has been selected as an invited lecturer at the 10th Edition of International Free Software Forum or fisl10, to be held at the Pontifícia Universidade Católica (PUC-RS) in the city of Porto Alegre, Brazil.
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.