GNU Health 3.0 Released With New Features
Written by Michael Larabel in GNU on 11 January 2016 at 08:03 AM EST. 6 Comments
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Here's another GNU project I never knew exist until now: GNU Health.

The GNU Health developer announced the release today of Health 3.0. GNU Health is "a Free/Libre project for health practitioners, health institutions and governments. Its modular design allows to be deployed in many different scenarios: from small private offices, to large, national public health systems. It covers the functionality of Electronic Medical Record (EMR), Hospital Management, and Health Information System (HIS)."

GNU Health appears to be primarily used in South America, Mexico, some parts of Africa, the Middle East, and the Philippines. If you want to learn more about GNU Health, visit the GNU.org project site.

With the GNU Health 3.0 release, there is Tryton 3.8 compatibility, multiple person names support, biological sex and gender properties, an enhanced crypto plugin, health services reporting, new modules, and a variety of other new features. Details on the changes for the 3.0 release can be found via savannah.gnu.org.
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