I have been working in IT for more than 35 years.
Spent the last 10 years mostly in the medical field trying to tie all the knots
to get information flowing in hospitals.
I got fed up of North America and started to survey Morocco for a fit for OSS in hospitals here.
It's happening. Slowly.
I've been driving projects from A to Z in Canada (Quebec mostly) to cover all
possible mishaps (project planning/dev/infrastructure).
Don't be fooled, I am 55 years old, I still code and dive into tech issues.
I intend to die at my keyboard
There's has to be some fun on the job, not just meetings and red tape related stuff
My main interest in OpenMRS is to create a Morocco specific implementation and
at the same time spear head OSS in this country. Many hospitals have no HIS and are starting to
look at options. The typical projects sor far involves buying a foreign solution and
force it down the throat of medical personnel with the help of foreign consultants.
We can all agree that there is a better way to do this
A sidekick interest is the (much) better climate... Quebec has the worst climate of Earth
I am opinionated but (I hope) with some rational thinking.
Be seeing you (fan of The Prisonner TV show),