Our work in India
Inspired by the work of OpenEHR community lead by Ian, we have teamed up with E-Health Research Center @IIITB to create something that can be used in India. We have proposed the concept to Karnataka state as we are based out of Bangalore and are waiting for their response.
While we wait for their response, we have decided to invest a week’s effort to see what we can come up with so that we do not waste time till we hear from the state health authorities. We had a hackathon of sorts today to test the templates and what see what sort of data visualizations are possible out of them. Some adjustments had to be done to the assessment template to get all the AQLs to work in Ethercis. Though there are a couple of minor issues with querying some of the data points, it works largely now.
We also used https://co.vid19.sg/dashboard as an inspiration to see how much can be achieved using queries on the two templates and are happy to report that the results have been quite encouraging. We plan to continue this, while the EHRC team has started work on a UI for data capture, reports and visualization.
We will report more as we make progress.
Thanks to the OpenEHR community for such a great initiative and are happy to be part of it