HealthCore is a web based system that helps clinics to execute a clinical pathway for each and every patient. This approach ensures the focus on the patient and the primary process as agreed upon as done in a clinical pathway.
HealthCore as found on the JoiningTracks site is the starting point for the deployment and execution of these pathways. The core of the system provides the services to build and deploy highly customizable processes to be run on a per patient basis.
- 23 January 2010, Release 1.9.16 is out. Archieved patients accessable, IE compatability.
- 27 December 2010, Release 1.9.15 is out. Compatibility improvements.
- 17 November 2010, Release 1.9.14 is out. Layout changes. Support for letters in treatments. Support for payments in pathways.
- 15 October 2010, Release 1.9.13 is out. Support for individual consults during a treatment; performance improvements.
- 5 August 2010, Release 1.9.12 is out. Support for multiple protocols for treatments.
- 28 June 2010, Release 1.9.11 is out. Generic correspondence-letter module has been added.
- 20 May 2010, Release 1.9.10 is out. Added registration of identification cards for patients. Internal restructuring of framework for showing patientgroups and appointments.
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For a complete list of local wiki pages, see TitleIndex.
What is HealthCore
HealthCore is a java based web application that is able to register and track patients and parties involved in the care of these patients like the insurance companies, general practitioners, medical specialists and other. Based on this system, clinics may deploy their own JPDL based processes, to be run at a patient level. Currently it is possible to:
The system as a whole is language and country independent as well as extendible in many aspects of the system.
It is possible to deploy OSGI based plugins in HealthCore. For more information on how to write and deploy plugins, see:
For the current implementation features, please see the UserStories.
The code is provided under an Apache 2.0 license.
Initial stages of the project are built using the Scrum Methodology.
We use Maven for project and dependency management. Via Sonatype Nexus all dependencies are available.
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Latest build status is:
It is possible to connect to the DevelopmentTeam by using the mailing lists: