The following are links
to selected collaborative, 'open source' or public domain medical specialty systems, tools, projects, and organizations:
- Cancer Biomedical Information Grid (caBIG) - National Cancer Institute innovative new health informatics solutions.
- Complementary & Alternative Medicine (CAM) Systems - A growing variety of COTS and open source CAM software products are offered by this vendor and others. See blog on 'Open' CAM Systems.
- Epi Info & Info Map - A set of open source software modules for epidemiologists
and other public health and medical professionals used to collect and analyze
epidemiologic data and generate statistics, tables, graphs, and maps.
- NCBI Human Genome Information Resources:
- HapMap Project - A public resource that will help researchers find genes
associated with human disease and their response to pharmaceuticals.
- Human Genome Project & Resources - An integrated, one-stop, genomic information infrastructure consisting
of databases and associated software tools for biomedical researchers from
around the world.
- GMOD Project - Open source DIY Genomics software & tools.
- Image Guided Surgical ToolKit (IGSTK) - A high-level, component-based framework, integrated with
low-level open source software libraries and application programming interfaces
(API), which provides a common functionality for image-guided surgery
- OpenClinica - Open source clinical trials software for electronic data capture (EDC) and clinical data management (CDM).
- Open Dental - An open source dental practice management system and
electronic dental record (EDR) system.
- Open ISES - An open source software, tools and instructional
materials for the Emergency Services Community, Emergency Response Teams, and
- Open Prosthetics Project - An open source collaborative project producing useful innovations in the field of prosthetics and freely sharing the tools & designs.
- Vision2 - Vision2 is an open source tool for ophthalmologists and other
vision testing professionals.
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