One major way they are helping their patients in Haiti is by providing them a copy of their medical records that they can keep with them.

"What we want to have happen is have the EMR system spit out a PDF [of their medical record] on that thumb drive and give it to the patient so if they do get a chance to go to the Haitian Hospital they can see what kind of medications we've given them," Draugelis said.

Neither Draugelis, Brown or the computer science students are getting paid for all their hard work, but they don't mind, because this program could mean saving lives.

"I feel like right now, we are on our way to helping these different communities, but I think we can do a lot better and I think this is the first step in improving that," Draugelis said.  

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