Open Source Providers (OSP's)
OSCAR BC supports our members, in part, by working collaboratively with open source EMR service providers operating in British Columbia as we advance prioritized projects brought forward by our membership.
Juno EMR has announced a Telehealth integration with the EMR schedule, which allows patients to book Telehealth Appointments into the EMR by clicking the Telehealth icon on the schedule (looks like a camera). This Virtual Care platform is currently being offered at no extra charge. Juno was acquired by WELL Health Technologies. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
MPeer Networks is an independent BC-based software/IT company with an operations office in Vancouver and serving many clients across Canada and the US. MPeer Networks specializes in supporting and customizing open source applications and systems (e.g., Electronic Record/Dental Record, web servers, Linux, etc., for physicians, dentists, family practices, and other healthcare providers. MPeer is a member of OCUS society and actively contributes to the OSCAR Community email list. Contact mpeer.net for more information.
Open OSP Service Cooperative
Open OSP is a member-owned cooperative that provides onsite and hosted solutions and services, including data migration from a range of EMRs, integrated telehealth, fax, and online booking options. The Cooperative’s profits are invested in member-driven software, and service improvements. Visit openosp.ca.
WELL Health Technologies Corp.
WELL Health is offering access to their new, comprehensive VirtualClinic+ telehealth platform to users for free. Health care practitioners can provide virtual care for attached patients and the platform also allows access to virtual walk-in volume to serve unattached patients. Learn more.