Great job everyone!! OpenMRS’ use and implementation was recently discussed in the recent Quarterly Bulletin produced by WHO Uganda.
The Uganda National eHealth Policy has electronic medical records (EMR) management as a cornerstone for improving the quality of care provided to all Ugandans. The Ministry of Health (MoH), working closely with World Health Organization (WHO) and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Uganda (CDC) piloted and adopted OpenMRS in 2011 as a national EMR to manage patient records.
The Ministry of Health, Division of Health Information (M0H-DHI) in collaboration with Makerere University, School of Public Health, Monitoring and Evaluation Technical Support (METS) and line MoH departments have customized the OpenMRS2 to suit the updated MoH tools and as well to run on the latest version (1.11.6) which caters for more robust technological features on identifying and monitoring patients.
Read the full article here: WHO Uganda eHealth Bulletin 2016-09.pdf (564.3 KB)