The PIH informatics team’s blog

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We are a team of 12 people working on medical information systems for Partners In Health (PIH), a non-profit that takes a solidarity-based approach to health care in the developing world. PIH provides primary care and specializes in the treatment of HIV and Multi-drug Resistant Tuberculosis in rural Haiti, Peru, Russia, Rwanda, Lesotho, Malawi, and Mexico. The EMR team develops and deploys web-based electronic medical records (EMRs) to help closely monitor patients and track laboratory data and drug regimens. We currently work with three systems: the PIH-EMR in Peru, the HIV-EMR in Haiti, and OpenMRS in Rwanda, Lesotho, and Malawi. The members of our team are:

Dr. Hamish Fraser, Director of Informatics and Telemedicine
Darius Jazayeri, Lead Programmer
Cheryl Amoroso, Rwanda EMR Data Manager
Ellen Ball, Programmer and System Administrator
Joaquin Blaya
Jeremy Keeton, Lesotho EMR Manager
Claire Mack, Administrative Assistant
Justin Miranda, Programmer
Michael Seaton, Programmer
David Thomas, Programmer
Evan Waters, Malawi EMR Manager
Chase Yarbrough, Rwanda EMR Programmer


One Response to “About”

  1. Norbert said

    I like EMR system that is been using in hospitals especially here in rwanda. So i would like ask you to give a list of at least 20 question that can be asked to a EMR data manager so that i can get more information that. Thanks for ur support and best answer!

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