The current version of Bahmni OpenELIS does not provide out-of-the-box integration to any analyzer.
Bahmni is indeed exploring options to upgrade the LIMS but it will take quite some time since we are still at the initial stages of the analysis. Hence providing a timeline is difficult. @philanjoroge is leading the analysis for evaluating OpenELIS 2.0 as an option.
However, if we can get some hands to own this piece of work and contribute to the product, it will be a win-win situation.
We’ve continued expanding OpenELIS community codebase at UW, including the inclusion of additional lab analyzers like GeneXpert for COVID testing. Would love to hear how the analysis of upgrading Bahmni to OE 2.0 is going with @philanjoroge where you all could leverage the integrated analyzers, locally managed test catalogs, and FHIR APIs for OpenMRS, OpenLMIS, and other global goods integration. Any word on the analysis for upgrading?
Thx. We’re happy to help where you’d like with the OpenELIS side. We’ve been rolling out national OE-OMRS FHIR exchanges this past two years, so might be helpful to get on a workshop call to talk about where you all are and share anything we’ve done since we last talked?