Thanks Gurdeep for fast reponse.
but I am not a techie guy but a orthopaedic surgeon and not versed with coding/programming/terminal usage.
I have gone through the Wiki Pages already and I would say that its difficult to understand and implement the changes adviced in the Wiki for a person not associated with programming.
Is there any wizard/step-by-step installation process which could just simplify the whole process for a non programming-oriented person.
Unfortunately Bahmni has not reached a point where (although we would like
to get there by end of this year) whereby someone non-techie can completely
setup a working system using step-by-step wizard. The way Bahmni works as
of today, you will need to hire an implementer (not developer) for setting
up Bahmni for you. Thats why the wiki links sent to you earlier points to
implementer’s guide who should be able to carry out those steps.
Thanks for the info and help…
I just want to know if either of you could help me implement it…
You can ssh in the server and do the needful.
Secondly if I was to hire an implementer, what would it cost me (approx.)??
Thank you for the feedback. Is it possible for you to find someone who has
“implementer” experience in EMRs / software? Alternatively, you can maybe
get some smart Computer Science graduates to help you with configuration?
It isn’t very difficult for “techies”. You will eventually need technical
assistance for Bahmni (in terms of maintenance / enhancements), so it will
be good to identify such a local support person.
I belong to Nuchange Informatics. We offer professional Bahmni implementation and Support services. We have been involved with Thoughtworks to implement Bahmni at several hospitals in India, Nepal and Bangladesh. Please share me your email address via OpenMRS Talk private message. I look forward to further discussing how we could work together and setup Bahmni at your hospital.