The GNU Health Conference (GHCon) and the International Workshop on E-Health in Emerging Economies (IWEEE) had online participants from Gabon, Brazil, Japan, Austria, the United States, Argentina, Spain, Germany, Chile, Belgium, Jamaica. , England, Greece and Switzerland. GHCon is an annual conference that brings together enthusiasts and developers of the Libre Health & Hospital Information System.
Dr. Richard Fitton and Steve and Oliver , two of his patients. - non-technical discussions covering key issues in Social Medicine, health literacy , Global digital health records
Armand Mpassy also spoke about the GNU Health challenges for IT illiterates - Case Study: Patient Workflow in the Outpatient Department .
About topics of confidentiality and cryptography , they had discussions from Isabela Bagueros from Tor, Survival of the surveillance pandemic
Ricardo Morte Ferrer on A proposal to implement a denunciation channel in GNU Health
Florian Dold on GNU Taler: A payment system by the GNU Project .
Axel Braun , a member of the openSUSE board and a member of the GNU Health core team, focused on GNU Health packaging and the openSUSE Open Build Service (OBS).
Sébastien Jogdone , the leader of the Orthanc project , presented Using WebAssembly to render medical images , an open standard that allows you to run C / C ++ code on a web browser.
Aleix Pol , President of KDE eV, introduced KDE Delivering Software , focusing on delivering code available for many different platforms, especially for mobile devices.
Cristián Maureira-Fredes, the leader of the Qt for Python project, in his presentation about Qt for Python: past, present and future! , spoke about the history and future evolutions of the project, such as PySide6, the latest Python package and the development environment for Qt6.
Dimitris Kardarakos , presented a key concept on modern applications, ie convergence, the property of the application to adapt to different platforms and geometries. MyGNUHealth is an example of a converged application that can be used on both desktop and mobile devices.
Ingrid Spessotti and Fiorella de la Lama, in their discussion Outpatient follow-up and home care for patients with suspected or confirmed COVID-19 , explained some of the functionality and benefits of these GNU Health packages, for example:
- Real-time observation and epidemiological surveillance
- Automatic notification of the disease to be notified to the Ministry of Health
- Reporting cases and contacts
- Call log, monitoring of signs and symptoms.
- Risk factors for each individual (for example, chronic diseases, socio-economic status ...)
- Geolocation of suspected or confirmed cases
- Clinical management and follow-up for both hospitalization and outpatient cases.
Carli Scotta and Mario Puntin presented the design, development and implementation of a dentistry module for GNU Health: experience at the Humberto D'Angelo Primary Care Center in Argentina , a package that will underpin future dental functionality in GNU Health 3.8.
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