What’s a piClinic Console?

Image of piClinic Console prototype which consists of a monitor, keyboard, and mouse
piClinic Console prototype

So, I’m taking a break from technical writing related thoughts and posts for a while. For the next two months, I’ll be focusing on the development of, I suppose you could call it, my side project for the past few years. While, I’ve been working on this for the past four years, or so, it’s starting to gain some momentum.

The piClinic Console.

The project’s website, http://piclinic.org, says,

“The piClinic is an open-source, patient-record automation solution designed for limited-resource healthcare clinics around the world. piClinic systems fill the gap between a paper-based patient-record system and a complete Electronic Health Record (EHR) system at a very low cost per system. The piClinic is built on the digital principles to provide an accessible, sustainable, and low-cost solution.”

No, seriously, what the heck is a piClinic Console?

Here’s the story.

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