Hello OpenMRS Community,
in SolDevelo we are working on an OpenMRS distribution for our client. It has been decided to share that distribution with the community. Before that can happen, we would like to share the distribution’s module’s source code first.
I’m asking you to provide us with github repositories for the following modules:
openmrs-module-callflows - the module provides an API to handle calls with IVR and means to configure IVR service providers. It allows to configure simple call flows (as name suggests) where recipient passively listens to messages (e.g.: visit reminders) and also call flows where recipient is expected to actively interact with the system (e.g.: collecting information whether patient is adhering to the treatment, takes medication and so on).
openmrs-module-sms - the module provides an APIs to send and means to configure service providers for SMS messages (or SMS-like messages, e.g.: WhatsApp messages).
openmrs-module-messages - the module takes use of openmrs-module-sms and openmrs-module-callflows modules and provides out-of-the-box functionalities to configure call or/and messages for: adherence reporting (pill reminder), adherence feedback, visit reminder, health tips. This module can be integrated into running OpenMRS systems without any coding, although the configuration requires knowledge of an SQL and OpenMRS database schema.
openmrs-module-etl - the module provides means to configure ETL (extract, transform, load procedures) which allows pulling data from external systems to the OpenMRS application (e.g.: periodically pulling patient data into OpenMRS). This module can be integrated into running OpenMRS systems without any coding.
openmrs-module-visits - the module provides the simple functionalities which can be used to schedule the future visits.
We are going to follow with more detailed information, including user’s and technical documentation, soon. That’s going to be added to this section: Modules - Documentation - OpenMRS Wiki
The project’s Team Leader is: @kmadej
Best Regards, PiotrW