The goal is to provide support to the implementers in configuring Bahmni across various use cases. This can be achieved by creating a self-learning module which guides the implementers across various commonly used workflows in Hospital and Lab management.
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The goal is to align Bahmni with the DevOps and cloud services common approaches and support creation of readily deployable goods. This can be achieved by adding container orchestration support to Bahmni with kubernetes.
Concept note from Everwell Health Solutions for F2 : A Tool for shelf readiness to enhance local capacity and uniformity
Everwell Health Solutions Pvt. Ltd. (“Everwell”) is thrilled to receive the opportunity to submit the technical application to Digital Square in support of Notice F2: Shelf readiness with a focus on building local capacity and new teams.
We propose to enhance our platform, the Everwell Hub, which not only digitizes a patient’s journey from awareness to recovery but also helps in monitoring patients’ treatment regime in terms of diagnosis and adherence. We want to develop Everwell Hub as an independent & open-sourced platform so that it enables more autonomy by users for setting up, managing, and customizing deployments.
While the platform is fully featured and in use in 15 countries supporting nearly 2.6 Million registrations per year, the Everwell team manages deployments and customizations centrally as per partners’ requests; this proposal outlines enhancements that will enable us to decentralize aspects of platform deployment and empower users to run deployments more independently.
Tupaia is a data visualization platform that is a companion project to an existing Digital Square Global Good (Tamanu EMR) and is managed by the same B-Corp (Beyond Essential Systems); this project will vastly improve the interoperability layer between these platforms and the ability of Tamanu (and other) users to build real-time data visualizations and map overlays using a new ‘visualization builder’ tool in Tupaia, with an initial focus on vaccines and NCD screening projects in Samoa.
This work will be immediately applicable as part of the final phase of our eHealth reform project in Samoa (where we are delivering an eHealth reform project), but the work will be entirely scalable, with 4 other countries already using both Tamanu and Tupaia.
The goal of this project is to increase the shelf-readiness of OpenBoxes LMIS software through three projects: 1) Upgrade the underlying technology base of the software to enable further improvements in the areas of testing and security, 2) Create a mechanism for community members to contribute translations to OpenBoxes, and 3) Develop training modules for new users and implementers. Partners in Health will coordinate the effort in collaboration with consortium partners Justin Miranda, SolDevelo, Open Solutions for Health, and C&A Systems.