One of the things that I love about conferences like OSCON is that you met people who are doing really interesting things coming out of left field. I often feel like I “know everyone” in Open Source healthcare, but every time I hear about something like this I am reminded just how big the world is. People are reworking Open Source tools to work in healthcare all the time!
The most recent example is from the Funambol project. That project is made to sync cell phone data, like calendars and contacts. But the Funambol teleport project instead uses the stack to move healthcare data around. I would go into detail, but there is no need, since Simona does a much better job: