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Re: [Health] GNU Health Reference Cases

From: Axel Braun
Subject: Re: [Health] GNU Health Reference Cases
Date: Wed, 27 Jan 2016 16:47:57 +0100

Hi Gents,

> > >  From time to time we learn through this mailing list about more
> > > hospitals which are using GNU Health already.  
> > 
> > yes, I'm always surprised as well....
> >  
> > > I think it would help to promote GNU Health a lot if we had a list
> > > of existing implementations all over the world. It would prove that
> > > GNU Health works, that it is adopted by health professionals in many
> > > countries, and it would give hospitals considering GNU Health the
> > > opportunity to learn about a reference case nearby.
> > > 
> > > This list could be published on or as an
> > > appendix to our documentation on
> > >
> > > 
> > > What do others think about this idea? Or is there already a list
> > > like this which I am not aware of?  
> > 
> > I dont know of anything official (but that does not mean anything).
> > To make a start, I created a section 'Success Stories' on wikibooks
> > 
> >
> We'll be creating a section on . Stallman has also
> recommended to have a world map with the implementation cases. One way
> I'm thinking on doing this is by having a voluntary form to fill, either
> at , or at installation time (health institution,
> country, number of users, year,... )

Yes, the main page is even the better location, as the success stories are more 
a selling aspect. And health is the first page a CxO looks at. 
> We should not use Wikibooks for the success stories, since its
> subjective nature goes against the Neutral Point of View (NPOV) of
> the Wiki. 

Dont understand this point.....
> What we can do, is to put a link at the community resources to this new
> implementation cases page at
> Let me know your thoughts, and thank you both for the ideas !!

Fine, we need an easy method/place to collect the input


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