The Clinical Open Source group is for healthcare focused technologists, clinicians and healthcare administrators to learn, collaborate, and drive innovation in healthcare open source solutions. Through the group, learn how other healthcare companies are embracing Open Source to cut costs, increase interoperability and flexibility, improve patient outcomes and drive innovation. Although focused on healthcare delivered in the upper Midwest region, this meetup group also collaborates on Clinical Open Source projects that are used around the world.
Connect with peers in healthcare industry Build relationships to drive Open Source adoption Help other organizations embrace open source through example Coordinate common efforts and roadmaps Work toward viable alternatives to proprietary software
We're kicking off the first clinical open source alliance meetup! We'll be discussing examples of deployed clinical open source solutions in Africa as well as Optum's corporate policy and strategy around open source. We thank Hashicorp for being our initial sponsor in this endeavor.
Agenda: (to be updated)
Sean O'Neil: Open Source Pharmacy Management
Carlos Garcia: Optum - Open Source Approach
All participants: Roundtable on Open Source usage and opportunities.