The project is in a stable state now, and begin downloaded and used all over the world, especially as it supports multiple installation modes including single install which makes it ideal for general practitioner (GP) computers.
FreeMedForms developers give the user multiple installation options as a standalone installation, client or server, with MySQL support or without. Soon, as it's installed, there are different working layouts to fit certain practice. However, installation and configuration may require certain IT skills and knowledge, even though it looks simple and smooth. FreeMedForm developers recommend the users to use MySQL database even for single installation, It's a warning message more or less to make sure the data store is kept safe in case of system or software crash.
The interface is user-friendly and easy, It's easy to add a new patient, search for current records with multiple fields filtering options, The sidebar makes it quick to access the main features of the program. Though, It may look a bit complicated when it comes to settings, configurations, templates, and plugins.
Patient records management is features-rich implementation within FreeMedEMR, However, it's quite crowded, but yet organized and easy to browse, add, modify and search.
FreeMedForms developers have released a set of software for doctors and pharmacists including FreeDiams: a Pharmaceutical drug prescriber (with ATC management, Drug-Drug interaction), FreeDDIManager: pharmaceutical drugs database manager, Though the target audience with support for those is French users.
Though the program is free and open source, the support is mainly a membership-based and in French mostly, There is not enough information about extending the support to other countries with the website is still quite limited in its English edition, However, The membership requires a donation but will comes with many support options as installation support, portal preconfigured with FreeMedForms USB stick, emergency repair, and access to the packages ( plugins ) servers.
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