Concrete Help for the World
We support the management of hospital facilities in the poorest parts of the planet
Open Hospital is free and open source software developed and supported by and for all those people who carry out digitization and development projects in developing countries.
The software allows you to keep track of patient data, visits, hospitalizations, medicines and lab results for better day-to-day management. Used for the first time in the St. Luke Hospital in Uganda, it has rapidly grown in popularity.
The Numbers of a Concrete and Sustainable Project
English, Arabic, French, German, Italian, Spanish, Swahili.
Registration of patients and visits
Digital and photographic documentation; management of internal and external patient visits.
Warehouse and pharmaceutical management
Possibility to monitor the flow and cost of material and pharmaceuticals.
Database of vaccinations and births
Possibility to monitor vaccination dates and manage accurate birth records.
Open Hospital in the World
With 23 active installations, Open Hospital is present in 13 countries all over the world.
The success is also evidenced by new software installation requests coming in from 20 more countries, for a total of 33 and a potential user base of around 2 million people.
The Case of St. Luke Hospital
The first installation of the Open Hospital software, strongly wanted by Dr. Mario Marsiaj, took place within the St. Luke Hospital facilities in Angal (Uganda).
Since integrated into the daily activities of St. Luke Hospital, the diffusion of Open Hospital has grown exponentially, both in numbers and geographical presence.
available to the whole community with a laboratory for chemical and biological analyses, radiology and an operating room.
are managed within the hospital facilities
The hospital is located in a very poor rural area in the northern part of Uganda.