Healthcare for Humanity
LibreHealth is the foundation of a worldwide ecosystem of open source Health IT innovation and is a place where people can come together to build tools that enhance the quality of healthcare around the world.
We currently have under our umbrella the following projects:
- LibreHealth Toolkit, a foundational base for building Health IT tools
- LibreHealth EHR, an electronic health record derived from best practices and technology from leading open source systems
- LibreHealth Radiology, a specialized distribution of LibreHealth Toolkit customized for radiology health care professionals
Our GSoC student projects will address the real-life needs of our projects to help improve the delivery of health care around the world. We have a team of expert mentors with decades of experience to help you in your work. They will be continually adding project ideas to our forum, and we encourage you to suggest ideas too as you learn more about our projects.
LibreHealth 2021 Projects
Create web components for FHIR ResourcesOverall, the project is divided into two parts: Refactoring and creating new custom components that implement FHIR resources using the lit library....
Develop an Android application for newborn clinical decision supportThe Essential Care for Every Baby (ECEB) is an educational and training program, developed by the American Academy of Pediatrics, provides knowledge,...
Develop an Android Mobile Application For Newborn Clinical Decision SupportTo develop an Android & IOS application to provide clinical decision-support for nurses and doctors delivering essential newborn care interventions...
Improve LibreHealth Toolkit Cost Of care Flutter Application And Web-AppTo improve Librehealth Toolkit cost of care flutter application and web application which can display costs of medical procedures of US hospitals....
Neural network-based object detection of anatomical structures and medical artifacts in Virtual RealityIn Most of the medical procedures like surgery or in interventional radiology, the procedures are recorded as video. Common artefacts observed in...