Digital Medical Records for institutions

The computerization of clinical data is an irreversible global trend, and it is indisputable that it streamlines and improves patient service. The data becomes auditable, monitored and transferable.
There are many commercial products to computerize the medical history, both in desktops and in the cloud. Their cost is generally proportional to the amount of benefits they offer.
OpenEMR offers the same amount of benefits as the products of 10,000 dollars or more.  But this software is free and open source, which means it can be obtained free of charge, and modified to taste without paying licenses.
OpenEMR is the system with the most installations in the world, in more than 15,000 institutions with at least 45,000 professionals, which generated a broad base of users and developers that makes it popular and easy to adapt and modify. Continue reading “Digital Medical Records for institutions”