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Re: [Gnumed-devel] Machine readable models at openEHR

From: Tim Churches
Subject: Re: [Gnumed-devel] Machine readable models at openEHR
Date: Mon, 02 Jan 2006 10:35:21 +1100
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Tim Churches wrote:
> None that I recall. Most of the participants seem to be academic
> informaticians, more interested in the ideas behind openEHR than in
> actually making it work in practice. No doubt various commercial
> entities listen, but they don't make many postings. No open source
> projects separate from openEHR/Ocean Informatics that I am aware of, but
> I might be wrong - interested to know of any.

There is a project list here:

Lots of interesting projects, but very few of them provide any details
of what they are actually doing or what progress they have made -
typical of academic projects (which alas are not run the same way as
open source projects). Of course, openness is not expected of commercial
projects - but these days there may be little difference between
academic and commercial modes of R&D since most universities want to
cash in on the R&D they do - but some universities have a more mature
attitude to commercialistion than others.

The Swedish open source openEHR kernel (engine) is here:

But scroll down and have a look the list of baisc things they haven't
managed to demonstrate yet. Reminds me of GNUmed not so very long ago...

Tim C

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