Join us in Maputo!

Visit OMRS19 for a detailed hackathon and meeting schedule, detailed information, and registration!

Help OpenMRS Fight Malaria!

Having a free, open-source electronic medical record platform (EMR) gave these impacted health clinics the tools necessary to support patient care in an easy-to-understand electronic format.

Click here to learn how OpenMRS is being used to combat malaria!

Children receiving care at a health clinic using OpenMRS in rural Uganda. Statistics from the Ministry of Health show that malaria is still the leading cause of death in Uganda, accounting for over 27% of deaths.

OpenMRS Distributions Program

Learn about OpenMRS Distributions and share your own. Click here to read more!


OpenMRS Google Season of Docs

OpenMRS is participating in Google’s first Season of Docs! We’re working with three technical writers to improve our REST API documentation and our Wiki. Learn more…

OpenMRS Google Season of Docs

OpenMRS: We’re bringing “open” to healthcare.

OpenMRS is a global leader in open technologies and open standards in health care. It isn’t just open software—we strive to be open and transparent in everything we do, and encourage our collaborators to do the same. Learn how groups around the world have discovered the power of open architecture in health care IT.

OpenMRS users on the OpenMRS community

Our rapidly evolving program in Western Kenya is committed to fully integrated and comprehensive health care services extending from villages to hospitals. Every part of our work utilizes a single shared infrastructure — OpenMRS. It has become an indispensable backbone of every aspect of our future. — Joe Mamlin, MD, Field Director, AMPATH

The OpenMRS community is really diverse — academics, software developers, and health care workers. Our interest in working together to save lives is what binds us together. — Suranga Nath Kasthurirathne, Developer, Jembi Health Systems

OpenMRS is used in 5 of the countries where we work to support clinical care, reporting and clinical research for HIV, MDR-TB and heart failure treatment. — Partners in Health