ClinicCases is an open source case management system designed specifically for law school clinics. It uses PHP and MySQL.
ClinicCases is designed to be easy to use with a minimal learing curve for new users. Documentation is available at the ClinicCases site.
- Complete case management: reports, case notes, calendaring, contacts
- Self-contained messaging system to ensure completeness of case history and confidentiality
- Fully-featured journaling system: compose, read, and comment on student journals
- Document storage and organization
- Time keeping and user management
- and much more!
- Server running Linux and Apache
- PHP version 5.2 or higher, compiled with GD libraries
- Mail server (e.g, exim4, sendmail. Most servers will already have this installed.). Used for sending notifications to users.
Either download the zip file from github or run the following command in your terminal
git clone https://github.com/judsonmitchell/ClinicCases.git
Please see detailed install instructions in the _INSTALL directory
Learn more, ask questions, or see a demo at http://cliniccases.com.
Copyright (c) 2013 Judson Mitchell, Three Pipe Problem, LLC
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