Independent Developers and Contributors
From OpenEMR Project Wiki
OpenEMR is the creation of a hodgepodge of both paid and volunteer developers.
For Professional Developers, go to:
OpenEMR Professional Support
Volunteers have been working on OpenEMR for a number of reasons. Some work on it as a hobby, others as a student project for school, others as a way to gain experience with PHP programming, and others as a gateway for future employment as a programmer/freelancer.
The following is a listing of programmers working on OpenEMR that are not necessarily working for a company in the OpenEMR Support page.
Brady is a physician specializing in Hematology-Oncology. He started working with OpenEMR while in medical school and has never stopped. He is defined as the ultimate volunteer, contributing 1000's of hours of his time to OpenEMR with no financial reimbursement for his labor. He is the one of the core organizers of OpenEMR.
Robert is currently studying at the University of Central Florida with the long term goal of earning a Doctorate of Psychology and practicing clinical psychology with a focus on mental illness. He has completed internships at Southeastern Louisiana University as a web developer focusing on multi-system integration and the Sanford-Burnham Medical Research Institute as a researcher focusing on diabetic cardiomyopathy.
Robert is leading the modernization project of OpenEMR.
Jan is a developer for one of the largest banks in the United States.
He enjoys programming and volunteering, which are the main reasons he has decided to join an open source project. He is very interested about the healthcare industry and hopes to learn more about the industry through his involvement with OpenEMR.
He has done work on MU2 items and is currently working on the Clinical Decision Rules engine.
Roberto Vasquez is currently working as a programmer for the Los Angeles County School District. Roberto performs system analysis, programming, and development on complex enterprise- wide technology projects.
He will be retiring soon and is looking for something to keep him busy post-retirement. He is interested in OpenEMR and hopes that it might give him something to do during retirement and possibly lead to future work opportunities.