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Post authored by Isaac Holeman, Medic’s Chief Research Officer and Co-Founder. Collaboration has always been the heart of the Community Health Toolkit (CHT). Fifteen partner organizations supported its launch last October, and since then, their voices and those of users and implementers around the world have inspired more than 275
Post authored by Sara Hollis, Impact Analyst. The snapshot above shows select Standard partners and details about their deployment. It’s been over one year since the launch of our innovative Standard package, an application that supports people-centered workflows with case management and care coordination for patients over time. It works well with
Post authored by Gareth Bowen, Medic’s Chief Architect. Medic is excited to announce the release of the next version of the Community Health Application Framework: 3.5.0. This release adds our first third party facility electronic medical record (EMR) integration, significant performance improvements, and lots of bug fixes. Facility EMR integration Version 3.5.0
Post authored by Willy Tekeu, one of Medic’s Software Engineers. Medic is excited to announce the release of the next version of the Community Health Application Framework: 3.6.0. This release adds an integration with the Africa’s Talking SMS aggregator, a backward compatible enhancement to the processing of mRDT metadata, one performance improvement, and other improvements
Written in collaboration with Gareth Bowen (Chief Architect), and Bede Ngaruko (Quality Assurance Engineer). Software defects, also known as “bugs”, are unexpected behavior in software due to inadvertent errors in the code. The severity of these defects can go from minor visual disruptions that have workarounds, to critical defects that