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Let your medical practice go open source with Gnumed

Oct 23, 2009, 12:32 (1 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Jack Wallen)

"Gnumed is developed by doctors and programmers from around the globe and is gaining plenty of traction. Gnumed is broken into a client and a backend server and is released for both the Linux platform and the Windows platform. In order to use Gnumed you do have to have the Server up and running. You can, however, demo Gnumed by connecting to one of the public demo databases.

"For the purposes of this introductory article, we will connect to the public demo. In a later article I will outline setting up the backend server for Gnumed.

"Installation

"Fortunately the Gnumed client will be found in your distribution repositories. So to install the software you will only have to follow these steps:

1. Open the Add/Remove Software utility.
2. Search for "gnumed" (no quotes).
3. Select the results for installation.
4. Click Apply to install."

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