Computer Science Students Present Electronic Clinical Record Capstone Project

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Rural Reimagined recognizes and congratulates Billy Carico, Elijah Cunnigham, Peyton Johnson, Colin Lafever, Carlos Medrano, and Nicholas Vlahakos from the Computer Science Program on presenting their Capstone project at Tennessee Tech’s Engineering Expo. Their project was titled “Electronic Clinical Record,” and the group was tasked with creating a new electronic clinical records system to replace a current paper recordkeeping system. To do this, they adapted their base software, Bahmni, with the needs of Predisan Health Ministries, a Honduran non-profit medical organization, in mind. Congrats to this team for their hard work, which directly impacts these rural areas, and successfully completing their Capstone. To read the whole story, visit tntech.edu/grand-challenge/news/articles/20220510-csstudents-research.php. Wings up!

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