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Olive PDF within OpenMRS
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OpenMRS Integration With Olive

7/23/2020 By Todd Mueller

We recently updated Olive's API and I wanted to show how we integrated a full Olive referral PDF into a patient record within OpenMRS. The benefit of this full-circle integration is to close the loop on patient care and case managers so providers can get important information on their patients.

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New Feature - API

6/9/2020 By Todd Mueller

I am excited to announce we finished version 1.0 of the Olive API and it is in production. We’re excited about this new feature because Olive has the ability to integrate into EMR’s (EPIC, Cerner, AllScripts, OpenMRS, and more) and other health care related systems. Having an API helps close the loop on the needs of providers & case managers working together without having to spend countless hours manually updating health records. This results in less work for everyone involved, and more importantly, better patient care.

Audit Desk Overhead
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Benefits of Paperless Auditing

5/12/2020 By Nancy Leidelmeijer

Audits of programs, including case management documentation, are a normal occurrence in the world of public health today.

Nancy in Holland
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Nancy Leidelmeijer - Co-founder - My Story

5/6/2020 By Nancy Leidelmeijer

Born in Los Angeles, California to Dutch Indonesian parents who moved our family back to The Netherlands when I was eight, I spent several years after high school kind of directionless. I started school in Los Angeles County, but, speaking no Dutch at the time, was made to repeat a grade when we moved to The Netherlands. That put me a year behind my peers. I was unfocused, unmotivated, and done with high school, I was positive I was never setting foot in a school again.

Glacier National Park, Montana by Todd Mueller
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Todd Mueller - Co-founder - My Story

5/1/2020 By Todd Mueller

I remember the first time I was in the dark room developing my first roll of film that I just shot. The room was dark, lit brightly enough by the red, safe light. The air was thick with the smell of film chemicals wafting around.