Entries by Ripple Foundation

Ripple Foundation leverages leading edge QEWD.js

Ripple Foundation is proud to be leveraging the multi-purpose QEWD.js as a world leading integration framework to meet the increasing demands of Healthcare IT.   QEWD.js is an incredible versatile middleware that Ripple Foundation, a not for profit organisation, is endorsing as part of its showcase stack in the pursuit an open health and care […]

Ripple Foundation launches EtherCIS to the world of healthcare

The world of healthcare can now begin to leverage the power and potential of the EtherCIS Clinical Data Repository. EtherCIS development has been supported by the non profit Ripple Foundation and this leading technology now provides the key foundation of its “showcase stack” and work towards an open platform in healthcare.  EtherCIS development is led […]

Video 1 – Introducing openEHR

Ripple Foundation is launching a series of three videos that introduces viewers to openEHR. openEHR is an open, clinically lead approach to creating a standards based healthcare platform for the 21st Century. This includes standardised clinical content and information models for the health and care market.  Allowing vendors and developers of front-end and back-end solutions […]

Ripple Foundation Launches Its Showcase Stack

Ripple Foundation’s showcase stack encompassing three open source elements – front end UX/UI framework, middleware and backend/data repository.  Each component harnesses the power of open source and aims to demonstrate open standards in action to show that there is a different way to provide technology to our care professionals and patients. Ripple Foundation was established […]

Insight into a Person Held Record

Starting with the Public Below is a news article from Joined Up Leeds, something we are very proud to be collaborating on. For anyone considering undertaking Person Held Record (PHR), whether developing or looking to implement, this should be of real use. Joined Up Leeds Background Leeds has a vision to be the best city for health […]

Learning from other initiatives for the benefit of patients

The NHS has long recognised the importance and value of patient and citizen engagement and there are many networks and systems to enable patients to provide input into service and programme delivery. What the NHS could do better at is co-ordinating that patient involvement, co-ordinating activity so that patients and citizens are not asked the […]

Information sharing: Plain English Guide

As we move Health and Social Care into the 21st Century, the need to improve care underpinned by better information sharing is paramount. For many health and social care professionals, efforts around “information sharing” have become a real challenge. Central to this has been the growing confusion about good practice in information governance, particularly when […]