Proteus Intelligent Processes is a set of tools based upon the Proteus model and the GreEd rule authoring system. Proteus (PROcesses and Transactions Editable by USers) is a software technology that allows creating clinical processes in which clinical intelligence is embedded. These processes can then be executed to provide guidance to the clinicians about individual patients. The main advantage of Proteus is that the processes can be edited even by non-programmers, with the use of appropriate tools. The processes and components can be stored in a library and can be reused to create other processes. GreEd is the foundation of a full-fledged business rules management system (BRMS). Ease of editing is its key strength. These tools are linked with electronic medical record systems and clinical information systems.
The RepairsLab system allows you to manage the entry and exit of equipment repair in a small workshop for repairs or service center. The application allows the printing of a "Repairs sheet" for each device and manages the state of repair. Inside the Repairs ticket, you can enter the features of the delivered and the state of repair. The system provides management of different master data for definition of states of repair, customers, types of equipment, trademarks, and models. You can print a paper "Repairs sheet" in duplicate to store paper and as a delivery receipt for the customer.
git-flow Python Edition is a a pure Python implementation of git-flow. All sub-commands share a common back-end to ensure features behave the same, whatever branch-type they are working on. New workflow behavior can also be added easily by simply sub-classing existing ones. It also includes a comprehensive unit test suite, decent man pages, and HTML docs.
iTherapy Process (iTP) is software to help specialists in a Radiotherapy Department work together toward the same goal: to provide the best radiotherapy treatment to each patient. It allows one know, at any time and anywhere, what has been done, what needs to be done, and which deadlines to respect for each individual patient. At a glance, one can visualize the list of all the patients in a specific step of the process, the degree of emergency, their pathology, the requested treatment machine, the dose prescription, the treating physician, the medical physicist in charge, etc.
zpub is a server to collaboratively work on DocBook-based documentation. Editors modify the XML sources with their preferred editor and submit their changes via Subversion. zpub renders the files centrally to various output formats, optionally notifies other editors, provides an archive of all previous revisions of the document, and supports a simple sign-off workflow. The documentation and user interface is currently only available in German.