Zyxware Health Monitoring System dedicated to the nation
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We are happy to announce that our open source application, The Health Monitoring System was dedicated to the nation by Hon'ble Health Minister of Kerala, Smt. P K Sreemathi Teacher by accepting the first copy of the application from Zyxware's CEO Mr. Anoop John on 5th October, 2007. The function was held at the minister's office.

This software, named as Health Monitoring System, is released under GNU General Public License and made available free of cost. This allows anybody to download the source code of the application, edit, modify and use it as per their requirements. This application reduces manual process in reporting of diseases. Hospitals which are internet-enabled can login to the system and submit reports as and when cases are registered.

It also allows hospitals that does not have web access to send paper based reports to a health center (district level) where a data entry operator can enter them into the system or to send soft copies in a specific format that can be imported automatically. This system allows a secure and separate login to different users with different levels of access rights to the system. Users are classified as Government Medical Officers, Hospital Users, Data Access Operators and System Administrators.

Cases reported are displayed on a live map. The GIS interface uses Google Maps for this purpose. Easy visual analysis for the determination of the extend of spread of diseases is possible. Cases are represented by different markers on the map. When a case is reported, it is made available for display on the map immediately, there by making it possible for the authorities to take precautionary steps at the earliest, if required.

This software is the first of its kind developed using open technologies and released as a free and open source software. The source code of the application is available from Sourceforge: Zyxware Health Monitoring System. The application is written in PHP and MySQL. It can be set up on a Linux PC or a Windows PC.

For further queries about the software you can contact us online or visit our office or call us.

Zyxware Technologies,
3/118, Kesavadasapuram,
Pattom P.O,
Trivandrum - 695004,
Kerala, India
Ph: 0471-4063818, +91-9446069446
email: info@zyxware.com

In the Press

GISDevelopmnet.net - Open source software to track epidemics
Directionsmag.com - Revolutionary new Open Source Software to help in Tracking epidemics like Malaria, Chikungunya and Dengue.
IGovernment.in - ‘Chikungunya tracker’ from Kerala tech start-up
The Hindu - IT group develop software to track diseases like chikungunya
GISUser.com - New Open Source Software to help in Tracking epidemics like Malaria, Chikungunya and Dengue
SBWire.com - Revolutionary new Free and Open Source Software from Zyxware Technologies to solve problems in Tracking epidemics


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on 01st April 2007 / by webmaster
The project aims to open up the freelancing market for the Student Community and thereby give tre News Application Development Freelancing Leave a reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * Anonymous (not verified) access_time 11 Aug 2020 - 18:07 How can i join this project? what will be rewards and benefits? I am an MBA + BE webmaster access_time 11 Aug 2020 - 18:07 In reply to To know more by Anonymous (not verified) One of the main objectives of the project was to bring to the engineering students an opportunity to earn while they learn at school. In what capacity are you looking forward to joining the project? Cheers Anoop John Team Zyxware Add new comment
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on 17th October 2007 / by webmaster
The release of the health monitoring system was well received by the media. It was covered in almost all the regional newspapers including Malayala Manorama, Mathrubhoomi, Deshabhimani, and some of the regional television channels like DD1 Malayalam, JaiHind, Kairali People, Manorama TV, Amruta TV. It was also taken well by the online media including Hindu, PTI etc. Although we didn't get hold of all the copies of the press releases published in the media we have collected some of the published content and are sharing it here. News Leave a reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked * jeims wadson (not verified) access_time 11 Aug 2020 - 18:07 Very useful website, wants to see much more on it! Go on! Add new comment
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access_time 11 Aug 2020 - 18:07

great job, this is gonno prove to be a huge leap in health industry....


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access_time 11 Aug 2020 - 18:07

thanks.


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