NHS organisations invested clinician time in the development of open-eObs. Now all healthcare organisations can benefit from that investment.
NHS England uses public money to fund open source projects. Open source protects the NHS from lock-in and guarantees patient benefit before private profit.
open-eObs is clinically led by NHS Health and Social Care Professionals with support from The Apperta Foundation, a not-for-profit community interest company funded by NHS England Code4Health and Open Source Programmes.
The Apperta Foundation publish a 'Gold Build' of open-eObs, providing confidence and assurance for NHS Organisations adopting open source solutions.
open-eObs is a module that integrates with Odoo, a suite of web-first open source enterprise apps. Open-eObs can be used as stand-alone application, yet is will also integrate seamlessly with other modules opening up a wide range of additional features.