OphMedRecords is a software with a very simple and intuitive graphical interface for creation, archival and consulting of ophthalmic medical records.
Basically this program is just a simple graphical interface to a database holding ophtalmology-specific informations. In particular, each record managed by this software includes:
To help a smooth transition from printed medical records to electronic records the software supports selective printing of patient's data.
A picture is worth a thousand words... so here you are some screenshots that give you an idea of the graphical interface. I'm sure you will notice that it is very simple... indeed it's coinceived to be very intuitive and to be used also by first-time computer users.
This software is very simple, with the advantage of having a very intuitive interface with almost-zero learning curve. For this reason, this program targets very small ophtalmology clinics, that have no resources to invest on more complex and harder-to-learn software programs.
Finally, if you are a developer you may be interested in OphMedRecords as starting point to obtain your customized ophthalmic medical records archive tool.
OphMedRecords is Open Source software and thus you can download and use it for free.
If you are a developer and you are interested in OphMedRecords please consider the idea of providing patches/extensions... the author is quite busy and further development isn't going to happen soon. For this reason, any help is welcome.
Latest version is: 3.1.0, released on September 2014.
Download link for Windows XP SP3, Windows Vista, Windows 7, Windows 8 and later:
The software comes packaged in a simple installer.
Currently a limitation of this software is that the GUI is in Italian. Please contact me if you are interested in having the GUI translated in English; I have no time for further development of this software but I may go with bounties to find some spare time :)
To contact me, please send me an email (just remove the NOSPAM part!).
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