We are proud to announce the release of GNU Health 1.6.3, the Free Health and Hospital Information System. This version brings major improvements in the hospital information system, both from the administrative and patient management. Here is a quick summary of the main changes ..
We are proud to announce the release of GNU Health 1.6.3, the Free Health and Hospital Information System. This version brings major improvements in the hospital information system, both from the administrative and patient management. Here is a quick summary of the main changes :
Patient Nutrition management. Complex combinations that take into account therapeutics, pre-existing conditions, surgeries, lifestyles, vegetarianism and other belief-based diets.
Inpatient medication medication and history log.
New nursing module
Nursing roundings ( evaluations, procedures, medications ... )
New user profiles (doctors, nurses, clerks, ...)
New appointment reports
Improved standard security profiles
The translation project is now entirely done from Transifex, so the health center will install only the languages they need
Revised and improved look and feel, from views to icons
Many models datafiles ( medicaments, WHO essential meds, .. ) can be now modified from the client.
Improve installation scripts and Archlinux / Parabola support
Improve search patient methods
Thanks to all of you who have collaborated in the mailing lists and IRC channels. The end users, developers, tryton community. Many thanks to the GNU community and to the Free Software Foundation for hosting GNU Health !
Thanks to organizations like the United Nations International
Institute for Global Health - UNU IIGH - for their commitment with GNU Health. UNU is giving GNU Health trainings and capacity building to countries in Asia and Africa.
There is no specific notes for this upgrade, so upgrading your
previous GNU Health version will be straight forward. Please follow the general upgrade instructions at the GNU Health Wikibook : http://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/GNU_Health/Upgrade
More information at : http://health.gnu.org