Open Source

Articles with Open Source as a major topic.


Connecting with the Open Source Community at OSCON

This past week marked the first time AEGIS participated in the Open Source Convention (OSCON) at the Oregon Convention Center in Portland, Oregon. OSCON is where all of the pieces come together: developers, innovators, businesspeople, and investors. Mario Hyland and I participated and spoke on behalf of Open Health Tools […]


AEGIS to Host the June 2014 – Open Health Tools (OHT) Board Meeting

On June 13, 2014, AEGIS will host the quarterly Open Health Tools (OHT) Board Meeting in its Rockville, Maryland Office.¬†Open Health Tools¬†operates as an open source community where members of the Health and IT professions can collaborate to build interoperable systems that will provide users with access to patient and […]


OSEHRA IWG meets Feb. 18

Are you ready to interoperate? Mario Hyland (@interopguy), Senior Vice President and Founder of AEGIS chairs the Open Source Electronic Health Record Agent (OSEHRA) Interoperability Work Group (IWG). The OSEHRA IWG is aimed at promoting the importance of testing for interoperability and standards conformance in the electronic exchange of health […]


AEGIS Partners with Pronoia Health in the Launch of the Open Library of Health Information Exchange (OLHIE)

Pronoia Health and AEGIS have partnered on the launch of the Open Library of Health Information Exchange (OLHIE). OLHIE is an online ecosystem designed to accelerate connections to Health Information Exchanges (HIE) by facilitating the reuse of interfaces and other assets, particularly those developed with federal or state funding. The […]


The Official Launch of the OSEHRA Interoperability Work Group (IWG)

As a global leader in interoperability and testing, Mario Hyland, Senior Vice President and Founder of AEGIS.net, Inc. has been asked by the Open Source Electronic Health Record Agent (OSEHRA) to chair their newly-established Interoperability Work Group (IWG). The OSEHRA IWG is aimed at promoting the importance of testing for […]