Buy a Piece of OpenEMR History! The OpenEMR Foundation is selling official pieces of OpenEMR history.
These NFTs (non-fungible tokens) represent pieces of OpenEMR history and will always be unique since the OpenEMR Foundation is only selling one of each token. These exquisite masterpieces of OpenEMR history include:
- OpenEMR Legacy Mascot
- OpenEMR Legacy Mini Logo
- OpenEMR Appliance Legacy Logo
- OpenEMR Legacy Version (3.1.0-dev) Login Screenshot
- OpenEMR Legacy Website 2006
- OpenEMR Legacy Website 2012
- OpenEMR Legacy Website 2016
- OpenEMR Professional Support Legacy Logo
- Certified OpenEMR Contributor Legacy Logo #1
- Certified OpenEMR Contributor Legacy Logo #2
OpenEMR Legacy LogoSOLD
OpenEMR Legacy Version (126.96.36.199) Login ScreenshotSOLD
All proceeds will go to the OpenEMR Foundation. We recommend you have some fun donating to OpenEMR and make an offer we can not refuse at: https://opensea.io/accounts/OpenEMR
OpenEMR is an electronic health record (EHR) system that was originally developed in 2002 by physicians to help them run their practices. As an open-source project, it is maintained and supported by a vibrant community of volunteers and professionals that includes several hundred contributors and is supported by more than 40 companies. OpenEMR is recognized as the most popular open-source electronic health records and medical practice management solution in the world. OpenEMR is downloaded more than 3,000 times per month, and it is estimated that it is used by more than 100,000 medical providers serving more than 200 million patients. OpenEMR has been translated into 34 languages and is used by facilities in more than 100 countries across the globe. Open-source software has changed the world for the better, and OpenEMR is a leader in open-source healthcare software. Costly proprietary EMRs are no longer the only option. For more information please visit https://www.open-emr.org.
About OpenEMR Foundation
The OpenEMR Foundation, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that exists to support the OpenEMR project with a vision to ensure that all people, regardless of race, socioeconomic status or geographic location, have access to high-quality medical care through the donation of free, open source medical software and service relating to that software.