We want the ability to allow Community Health workers to be able to capture patient data / form data in a non-internet location offline, via a mobile/tablet. The idea is to integrate with opensource Avni for offline data capture, and then push the data to Bahmni over internet (via mobile internet, or another options when the health worker has internet connectivity). As part of this initiative, we want to showcase how Avni-Bahmni integration will work, so that patient data & services can be provided in an offline manner. Note that, this integration has already been done in Ashwini Gudalur (and this link), and also in Govt-of-Karnataka pilot. Now we want to package this into the main Bahmni product, so it is available to the general Bahmni adopter community.
Bahmni Outreach App Demo
This is demo of the Bahmni Outreach app (built on Avni) showcased in a Community call. The app is still under development, and will soon be available out-of-the-box with Bahmni Lite.
Outreach App: The app is built for Android using React Native, works offline and syncs data to the Avni server when it has internet connectivity. The underlying opensource project is “Avni” (https://avniproject.org)
Avni Server: This is the backend server, which can be on-prem or on the cloud. Ideally the App needs to be able to connect to this server, over the internet, or over wifi – so it can sync the data. The server is Java/Spring/Postgres based and stores all User/Patient/Medical/Forms data. It also has a Web-Admin UI for metadata configuration and server administration.
Avni-Bahmni Integration Service: This microservice (in Java/Spring/Postgres) contains the mappings/rules to sync data from Avni server to the configured Bahmni server. It’s mapping rules can be configured through a web administration UI.