Greetings to All
Last month I received a request from a physician in Europe asking if I could connect our iOS based medical application, ERSync to openMRS. After spending a few days evaluating the database we successfully connected and moved metadata across the api to our app. The following morning I awoke and thought we need to do more.
Subsequently I began coding using modules from some of our current applications, and have finished coding the app’s infrastructure to openMRS giving the user the ability to retrieve/create/update patient records etc. With this infrastructure in place, other hooks and updates can be created rapidly with connectivity to any instance of openMRS or the underlying tables. I have followed the hack-a-thons and can confidently state we can implement the ebola interfaces into the app, specifically the one completed in Brazil or any others designed.
As a gesture of goodwill, ERSync would like to donate its application to the openMRS community to use across their footprint. In addition, we would entertain any developer assistance to further the connectivity to the backend databases. Finally, we recently hooked up with an international company that has offered to test ERSync’s application in Africa to help fight ebola, and were wondering if any others would like to get involved.
The applications being used to spin off the current openMRS application can be seen at www.ersync.com and www.ersync.org.
Thanks, and happy holidays.