Neuron is an open source EHR tool kit that delivers clinical apps in your browser.
Pre-built modules support inpatient and ambulatory care using a smart longitudinal patient record.
What's this project about?
The Neuron Health project was formed to build a community that creates the technologies that truly enable meaningful care of people’s health.
The Neuron Health project has three core objectives:
We want to demonstrate that open source projects will deliver optimal care technologies.
We aim to make these technologies readily accessible to patients and providers.
We will work to foster a growing community of open source developers, caregivers, and community participants.
Take the Neuron EHR Quick Tour
This short video tour is the fastest way to see the Neuron EHR. The playlist below will give you an overview of the basic components of the system. This series of videos begins with how to login and select an account. Then, you get an introduction to each of the top-level tabs in the application. Stay tuned for more explainer videos in the future.
May 11, 2015 - Generating 2048-bit RSA Keys
As you most likely know, most modern browsers will no longer render a page encrypted with less than a 2048-bit RSA key. For those of us who use the auto-generated self-signed certificates in Neuron for our test and development environments, this means we've got to upgrade. There are a couple of options for generating new keys. If you are deploying a new instance from scratch, it's actually pretty simple to get your key length and algorithm up to snuff. On the other hand, if you have an existing development instance, there are a few other steps you need to follow. Don't worry, the intrepid engineers working on the Neuron project have already traversed these shark-infested waters, and we have a few tips that should help you out.
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