EHRServer Implementation and Management Workshop

Posted by Pablo Pazos Gutierrez on April 15, 2019, 1:57 am

Open Clinical Data Management and Sharing Platform compliant with the openEHR standard

From May 20 to June 9, 2019. Organized by ACHISA & CaboLabs.

Enrollment will be open until May 12 2019.


What's EHRServer?

EHRServer is the open Clinical Data Management and Sharing Platform. It contains the first open source implementation of an clinical data repository compliant with the openEHR international standard, alongside with an administrative application and a REST API to integrate the EHRServer into any clinical recording and data visualization application.

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About the workshop

The main goal of this workshop is to get a deep understanding on how the EHRServer works, what's it purpose, capabilities, features, how it is configured and managed, and how it can be integrated as a backend of clinical apps on several scenarios, from a mobile app backend to an integrated clinical record.

The workshop is 100% online, with synchronous live sessions of around 2 hours, and all sessions will be recorded in case someone can't be live.

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Syllabus summary:

  1. Introduction, history, purpose
  2. Main features
  3. Code and documentation
  4. Project management and problem report
  5. Installing and configuring (linux)
  6. Internal organization: accounts, users, permissions
  7. Internal organization: health records and documents
  8. Introduction to the openEHR Information Models
  9. Working with openEHR Archetypes and Templates
  10. EHRServer REST API
  11. Authentication modes on the REST API
  12. Creating and managing clinical data queries
  13. Integrating EHRServer with clinical record apps

At our education page you can find the full program.


Enrollment fees:

Normal Enrollment: 170 USD


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