Clinical Data Management and Sharing Platform compliant with the openEHR standard.
The EHRServer is a generic clinical data back-end system, that helps cutting development time, increase data quality and enable
interoperability for any kind of clinical or health related information system or app.
Can be used as the main clinical data repository of your system or app, as a
shared repository/integrated patient EHR between many systems, as a
secondary/backup repository, as a
wearable/monitoring device backend, as a
standardized data source for datawarehousing, as a
fast prototyping platform,
and as a micro-service platform with many applications like
clinical decision support, clinical dashboards, data visualization, reporting, research, etc.
Let me know if you are using the EHRServer!
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- openEHR compliant clinical data repository
- Administrative Web Console
- Simple but powerful REST API
- Supports XML and JSON
- Full audit access for traceability
- Versioned clinical documents
- Query Builder from the Web Console to create data queries (no programming needed!)
- Support of SNOMED CT Expressions on openEHR queries (simplifies complex queries)
- Supports any structure of clinical document (following the openEHR standard information model)
- Vendor Neutral Archive
Based on Open Source Technologies
Want to try EHRServer?
Install, Configure, Run locally
|curl -s get.sdkman.io
- source “$HOME/.sdkman/bin/sdkman-init.sh”
- sdk install grails 2.5.6
- set version by default: Y
- grails -version
- install MySQL
- copy the default root password
- cd /usr/local/mysql/bin
- ./mysql -u root -p
- enter default root password
- ALTER USER ‘root’@’localhost’ IDENTIFIED BY ‘NEW-ROOT-PASSWORD’;
- CREATE DATABASE ehrserver;
- cd ehrserver/grails-app/conf
- nano DataSource.groovy
- change development password to NEW-ROOT-PASSWORD
EHRServer run (dev environment)
- cd ehrserver
- grails run-app
- open localhost:8090/ehr
- login with admin/admin/123456