Open Source Tools

Open Source Tools for Public Health Surveillance
Our goal is to see end-to-end open source tools for all activities that support the mission of public health. The links below lead to other public health open source projects.

Apache2::AuthAny - https://authany.cirg.washington.edu/

The RODS Open Source Project - Open Source Outbreak and Disease Surveillance Software

http://openrods.sourceforge.net/

http://code.google.com/p/openepicenter/


axial360 - Open-source health care interface engine and connector library

http://code.google.com/p/axial360/


TriSano® - TriSano® provides an open and flexible enterprise quality surveillance and outbreak management application focused on refining the process of capturing and processing critical data.

http://www.trisano.org/


Other Open Source Tools for Public Health

OpenMRS® - the Open Medical Record System (OpenMRS®) was created in 2004 as an open source medical record system platform for developing countries – a tide which rises all ships.

http://openmrs.org/

OpenELIS/Global - the global health codebase for the OpenELIS lab system, currently deployed in clinical and reference labs in Haiti, Cote d'Ivoire, and Vietnam.  

https://openelis.cirg.washington.edu

OpenELIS - the parent system of OpenELIS/Global, and the domestic version used in Iowa and Minnesota State Public Health labs.