Presented by:

Luis Falcon

from GNU Health

Luis Falcón, MD, MSc, holds a degree in Computer Science and Mathematics from the California State University (USA) and in Medicine from IUCS, Buenos Aires (Argentina). He holds a Master's degree in Genomics and Medical Genetics by the University of Granada (Spain). Dr Falcon is a social, animal rights and Libre software activist. He is the founder of GNU Solidario, a nonprofit organization that delivers Health and Education with Free Software. Dr. Falcon is the author of GNU Health, the award winning Free/Libre Health and Hospital Information System. He is a guest speaker at international conferences about Free Software, eHealth and Social Medicine.

GNU Health (GH) the Libre Health and Hospital Information System. GH is a social project that combines the socioeconomic determinants of health with state-of-the-art technology in bioinformatics, LIMS and genetics.

The GNU Health ecosystem works in the areas of demographics, socioeconomics, epidemiology, patient and institution management. It's been deployed in many countries around the globe, from small clinics to very large, national public health implementations.

MyGNUHealth is the GH's Personal Health Record application that integrates to the GNU Health Federation, focused in mobile devices. We'll talk about what lead us to choose the KDE Kirigami framework to develop myGNUHealth, some technical insights and the community behind the project.

In this talk we will talk about the benefits of Plasma mobile and the Kirigami framework provides to myGNUHealth. After a short introduction of the GNU Health philosophy and ecosystem, we will focus on the need of the Personal Health Record (myGNUHealth) that can be used both in mobile devices and desktop and the benefits it delivers to the person, the patient-doctor relationship and the system of health in general.

2020 October 16 - 15:00
30 min
Room 1
Open Source

Happening at the same time:

  1. Google Summer of Code 2020 Panel
  2. Start Time:
    2020 October 16 14:30

    Workshop Room

  3. Implementation Detail
  4. Start Time:
    2020 October 16 15:00

    Room 2