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clearhealth

ClearHealth is a fully comprehensive practice management system and EMR. It takes DNA from the FreeMED and OpenEMR projects, and is based on the Smarty templating engine. It includes support for medications, SOAP data entry, clinical reporting, e-prescribing, and labs. Feature for feature, it can compete with proprietary systems like Nextgen and GE Centricity. It includes support for the iPhone and iPod touch (native application).

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  •  20 Jul 2008 18:21

    No changes have been submitted for this release.

    •  02 May 2008 20:32

      Release Notes: PDF Templates for reports. Forms using Adobe LiveCycle. A Smarty plugin to calculate BMI. The installer has been fixed to properly detect Linux vs. Windows installations on Ubuntu, SuSE, and CentOS. Smarty has been upgraded. libpcre issues are resolved. PHP 5.2.x is supported. Improved access/login audit marks. A new XML page type/handler and RSS controller. Insurance-based appointment rules. Basic auth login is supported. XML output for all objects. A new preview mechanism on the report edit screen. Support for visualizations in default templates.

      •  15 Apr 2008 07:31

        Release Notes: This release defaults to using the demo.clear-health.com site. This can be changed through the /Applications/CHMobile.app/Connection.plist file. The schedule tab now expects "simple_provider_report". The Labs module was enabled. Some known issues remain: selecting the Transcription or Pictures button crashes the application, and sections load slowly as each button completely reinitializes that section. The icons are currently hideous, too big, and strange.

        •  10 Jan 2008 23:52

          Release Notes: An error was found on some systems in which the sequence which records patient record numbers won't initialize itself. You must run this SQL statement after installation to do so: "INSERT INTO `record_sequence` VALUES (1000);". Demo data is not included. Note that default permissions are not very restrictive.

          •  07 Nov 2005 03:46

            Release Notes: Hundreds of bug and issue fixes, FreeB2 CA Medicare testing certification, HCFA improvements, reporting system improvements, and a graphical installer. Multi-language support including initial translations in Portuguese, Finnish, and German. Document storage fixes and enhancements. Many performance improvements, especially in the calendar and auto-complete boxes.

            Recent comments

            29 Apr 2008 00:42 evault

            terrific system
            We used to use Centricity from GE and were able to transition to ClearHealth with very few problems. Amazing system whether it was open source or not, because it open source all the more impressive.

            Their commercial support is very reasonable. Now we are free from lockin and outrageous support charges, thanks clearhealth.

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