Just in time for Christmas, the openIMIS Developer Committee announces the release of the October version of OpenIMIS. Although we clearly missed the deadline, it was worth waiting: the new release contains most of the programming work that was invested into modularising the architecture of openIMIS and opening up the system for interoperability with other eHealth systems. That’s a major breakthrough for the project and we are all happy that we have seen the results operate successfully during a number of hack-a-thons and conferences in the last two months.
Particularly the package includes:
A rewrite of the claims module with shiny new user interfaces based on Material-ui for beautiful interface design
A set of HL7 FHIR APIs (interfaces) that allow other systems (e.g. OpenMRS, BAHMNI, Odoo, DHIS2) to connect to openIMIS for data synchronisation
Bug-fixes and performance improvements in the legacy system
Check out the usual links for further information and downloads. Kindly be aware of the service desk as well to report issues that you might experience with the new version:
We wish joyful holidays and a good start into the New Year to everybody, who might be celebrating these events in the next weeks
The following dates are planned dates. However, they are always subject to change due to unforeseeable circumstances.
Bug fix and implementers testing
Final release candidate
General availability - release date
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