For the past 12 months I have been editing and compiling a web-based implementation toolkit as a consultant for the iHRIS project. iHRIS is free, open-source, health workforce information software developed for use in low-resource countries. The Implementation Toolkit is a guide to deploying iHRIS in a country, but also functions as a general tutorial for implementing … Continue reading My 2013-2014 Project: iHRIS Implementation Toolkit
Just in case you've been wondering what I do all day, I've been consulting for this project: iHRIS: Open Source Health Workforce Information Solutions. It's an open source software development project, run by a nonprofit, to create human resources information systems for managing health workforces in low-resource settings. Not terribly sexy work, perhaps, but useful work. … Continue reading What I’m working on…
Here is a piece I co-wrote about the iHRIS Open Source HRIS software project I've been working on. It provides some history and context of the project, and it looks ahead to next developments. Read: iHRIS: Where Are We Now? | http://www.ihris.org.
I have been working lately, and here's what I've been working on. I've been revamping the website for iHRIS: Free and Open Health Workforce Information Software. This is a project to create open source human resources information systems that governments in the developing world can use to manage their health workers. We just launched the new … Continue reading Current Project: iHRIS: Free and Open Health Workforce Information Software