Care2x is an open-source, integrated hospital information system, practice management, and electronic health record system.
The software consists of four main components: Hospital/Healthservice Information system, Central Data Server, Practice (GP) management, and Health Xchange Protocol.
The software is designed to integrate the different information systems existing in organizations into a single efficient system. It solves the problems inherent in a network of multiple programs that are incompatible with each other.
Care2x can be used in:
- Hospitals with a computer network.
- Clinics with a computer network.
- Private medical practices with a computer network.
- A wide area network of hospitals, clinics, private practices, laboratories, and individual physicians and health care workers.
- Communication and more.
- Smart search – search functions of CARE 2x are programmed to be “smart”.
- Smart data validation.
- Highly user configurable.
- Embedded artificial intelligence.
- Work bots.
- Modular and scalable.
- Cross platform support – runs on Linux, Mac OS X, Windows, FreeBSD, netBSD, openBSD, BSD/OS, tru 64 Unix, OS/2 and GNU OS.
- Multi-language support – English, German, Spanish, Italian, Bahasa Indonesia, and partial support for other languages.
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