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Open Source Software for Healthcare – Healthcare (9 links)

Posted by egovindia on June 19, 2006

Healthcare (9 links)

 Open Source Software for Healthcare

http://www.ossrc.org.in/repository/weblinks/softwares/healthcare.php

  1. Insight Toolkit (ITK) New!

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ITK is an open-source software toolkit for performing registration and segmentation. Segmentation is the process of identifying and classifying data found in a digitally sampled representation. Registration is the task of aligning or developing correspondences between data.
http://www.itk.org/ – Rate this link

  • Virtual Hypnotist

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    Virtual Hypnotist is a software application that aims to provide a virtual interactive hypnosis session framework which can find many uses.
    http://sourceforge.net/projects/vhypno/ – Rate this link

  • LinuDent – Dental Software Project

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    Dental Practice Management Software Project for Linux and Unix.
    http://linudent.sourceforge.net – Rate this link

  • Debian-med

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    The goal of Debian-Med is a complete system for all tasks in medical care which is build completely on free software. The base of the project is the Debian distribution of GNU/Linux. Debian-med is a subset of that distribution specialised for medical applications. As a byproduct, the project is expected to integrate many existing projects by installing them in the same distribution. Open source health care products included in Debian-med will also be distributed in the full Debian GNU/Linux system.
    http://auric.debian.org/~tille/debian-med/ – Rate this link

  • Medal – The Medical Algorithms Project

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    A Medical Algorithm is any computation, formula, survey, or look-up table, useful in healthcare. Here is a collection of over 3500 algorithms spanning major medical domains, organized into 44 chapters. An additional chapter contains algorithms contributed by the visitors. To ensure the widest possible audience, the algorithms have been implemented in an Excel workbook which can be freely downloaded to run on your Windows or Macintosh computer.One needs to register(free) for accessing the entire resources.
    http://www.medal.org/index.html – Rate this link

  • iPath

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    iPath is an open source framework for building telepathology/telemedicine applications. At the core is the open source iPath-Server, an extensible telemedicine database sever with a web based interface. The iPath Server provides something like a medical discussion forum, where cases can be easily presented to others, discussed and commented within dedicated user groups. Besides a case database, iPath also provides additional modules. E.g. with the remote microscopy module you can remote control a motorised microscope over internet (currently iPath supports Leica Mikcroscopes and will soon be adapted to Merzhaeuser stage controller)
    http://ipath.sourceforge.net – Rate this link

  • jEngine

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    The purpose of the project is to build a world class open source Enterprise integration engine. Uses of JEngine include healthcare systems/hospitals HL7 interface engine, intergration of HL7 with EMR and Practice Management Systems.
    http://jengine.org/ – Rate this link

  • Care 2002

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    CARE 2002 is a smart software for hospitals and health care organizations. It is designed to integrate the different information systems existing in these organizations into one single efficient system. CARE 2002 solves the problems inherent in a network of multiple programs that are noncompatible with each other. It can integrate almost any type of services, systems, departments, clinic,processes, data, communication, etc. that exist in a hospital.
    http://www.care2x.com – Rate this link

  • 3D Slicer

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    The 3D Slicer is freely available, open-source software for visualization, registration, segmentation, and quantification of medical data.
    http://www.slicer.org – Rate this link

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