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README.md

elCID

elCID is an electronic Clinical Infection Database.

This is the implementation of the OPAL project in use at UCLH.

It is highly customisable open source software for managing inpatients & outpatients with infections.

Build Status Coverage Status

http://elcid.openhealthcare.org.uk

What problem does elCID solve?

elCID aims to make it easier to manage clinical interactions on hospital wards, focussed on Infectious Diseases.

Adapting elCID for Your Ward

elCID is an implementation of the OPAL project.

While you might find it helpful as a reference version, and many of the models will be useful, we would suggest that you build your own implementation on top of OPAL rather than forking elCID directly. Do get in touch (details below) if you would like any help or advice with this - we're always keen to hear from people implementing or considering the project!

Open governance

Roadmap: https://github.com/openhealthcare/opal/wiki/Roadmap

Discussion List: https://groups.google.com/forum/?ohc-dev#!forum/ohc-opal

Access: availability of the latest source code, developer support mechanisms, public roadmap, and transparency of decision-making

Development: the ability of developers to influence the content and direction of the project

Derivatives: the ability for developers to create and distribute derivatives of the source code in the form of spin-off� projects, handsets or applications.

Community: a community structure that does not discriminate between developers

(from http://www.visionmobile.com/blog/2011/07/the-open-governance-index-measuring-openness-from-android-to-webkit/)

##Open source

GNU Affero GPLv3

Developing

Developer documentation is available in DEVELOPERS.md

Communications

hello@openhealthcare.org.uk

http://www.openhealthcare.org.uk

https://twitter.com/ohcuk

https://groups.google.com/forum/?ohc-dev#!forum/ohc-opal

channel #ohc_dev on freenode