Our open source health design mission is to make our patterns, code, scripts, graphics, ideas, documents available to any designer, to any engineer, to any world citizen, to use and modify without restriction.
We demand Open Source Health Design.
Because healthcare is too important to be closed.
When you use a healthcare service,
you don't know how it works,
why it works,
who it works best for, or if the results are true.
in open source projects
in open source projects
65+Sponsored open source
projects since 2010
In the past 10 years, we've partnered with federal and nonprofit organizations to address the most pressing healthcare issues—with over 65 open source projects.
Open Source Health Design is the design, testing, and deployment of healthcare services
from strategy to user interfaces to operational code,
open to inspection,
open to critique,
and open to continuous improvement.
Open Source Healthcare Design
drives software transparency,
builds greater trust,
creates more reliable healthcare services,
and generates higher quality health outcomes for all.
The GoInvo studio is one of the most talented groups of designers I have ever met in the healthcare space. Not only are their ideas, designs, and graphics remarkable, but I haven’t yet figured out how they know so much about medicine and its future.
Build trust and make healthcare truly accessible and open to a large community.
Innovate by leveraging validated, user-centric design that has been improving for years.
Invest in projects in public health and pioneer cutting-edge design for the common good.
Living Health Lab is a tool that combines personal science, data visualization, and community to empower individuals as they explore their own health questions and pursue their healthiest lives.
Rosie is an open source health manager to support people aggregate all their health data into a single location and share that data with their care team to meet their health goals.
hGraph can help healthcare professionals closely monitor their patient population while giving their patients a meaningful picture of their health.
Establishing data ownership rights is critical to protecting patient care. We’ve mapped out the changes that need to happen and illustrated them to be accessible for both policy makers and the general public.
They are freely available for anyone to see, download, change, and redistribute (licensed under Creative Commons Attribution v4 or Apache v2). Just as the Internet is built on open source technologies, open source healthcare democratizes the infrastructure of healthcare (healthIT) and allows for a global healthcare operating system.
It’s Time for Open Source Healthcare
Designers can and should shape the future of healthcare, from how products and systems work to the underlying infrastructure and standards these products and services are built upon.
NEHIMSS 2019 ANNUAL CONFERENCE Juhan Sonin
We demand open source healthcare. Because healthcare is too important to be closed. We, the atomic units of the health system, can bend it back to the light.
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We help organizations and individuals set up and use our open source work.
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