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OpenEMR is a medical practice management, electronic medical records, prescription writing, and medical billing application. It is a replacement for medical applications such as Medical Manager, Health Pro, and Misys. It features support for EDI billing to clearing houses such as ProxyMed and ZirMED using ANSI X12. Medical claim and accounts receivable are accomplished through SQL-Ledger, which has been customized. Calendar features include categories for appointment types, colors associated with appointment types, repeating appointments, and the ability to restrict appointments based on type. There is an advanced medical claim management interface, accounting for EOB entry, customization to work with a clearing house for automated 835 or ERA entry against outstanding medical claims, customizable medical encounter forms, support for voice recognition software, electronic or scanned digital document management for records, and support for HL7 messages.


Download version 2.9.0 (stable)
released on 29 January 2009



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GPLv2Kelly Hopkins29 January 2009

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Sam Bowen Maintainer

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This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 27 January 2006.


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