How is Open Source driving innovation across global industries as well as within Ireland?
Skillnet Ireland will be hosting their inaugural Open Source & Ireland’s Innovation Ecosystem Conference on Thursday, February 25th from 4-6pm GMT. The agenda is packed full of speakers who are experts on the use of Open Source to drive innovation across various industries.
OpenApp is committed to leveraging open source to produce solutions that enable our clients to make informed, data-driven decisions in Healthcare and Government. Our very own, Keith ÓMuirí will be contributing to a panel session focused on “Ireland’s Commercial Open Source Ecosystem” alongside Conor O’Neil of NearForm, Phil Weir or Flax and Teal, as well as Sinead Redmond of Togán Labs.
Participation is FREE. Register HERE.
Real-World Data Collection Enables Evaluating the Safety and Effectiveness of Treatments for Spinal Muscular Atrophy
This exciting initiative combines collecting real-world patient data by neurologists, clinicians and patients to enable clinical research and engagement of spinal muscular atrophy patients receiving treatment.
SMArtCARE is a multi-year joint initiative of neurologists, paediatricians, and patients with spinal muscular atrophy (SMA). Spinal muscular atrophy refers to a group of rare genetic diseases resulting in muscle wastage and weakness. Symptom onset can be seen in both children and adults but the most severe form typically presents in children under 18 months old. Until recent treatments survival past childhood was unusual.Read More
The NF registry is a one of a kind project, where the OpenApp team worked in collaboration with CTF to develop and support a platform that meets their requirements, as a secure and effective tool to empower NF patients and their caregivers. A dedicated registry is the most efficient way to raise awareness/advocate for NF, expand the NF community, and connect to help end NF.Read More
Combining the development efforts and the ongoing maintenance of your software is key to ensuring that you have a robust and constantly improving and evolving solution.
Having a software maintenance plan is just as important as the initial development. Professionally managed maintenance allows for the continual improvement and adaptation to changing business needs and technological advancements.Read More