Interfacing legacy medical devices with health IT systems is time consuming and tedious. Integrators typically need to build software layers and hardware devices that translate data communicated on a medical device’s legacy interface (e.g. RS-232) into a format a modern health IT system can understand and consume. The Open Health Connector (OHC) is a software framework designed to make integrating new devices into your health IT ecosystem easier and cheaper. The framework can run on low power single board computers (such as a rasberry-PI or beagle board) and simplifies device integration by separating the development of device drivers from the development of specific health IT connectors. Due to the OHC architecture, any device that is compatible with the OHC immediately works with any health IT system (e.g. EHR, remote monitoring) that is supported by the OHC. Conversely, any health IT system with an OHC connector can leverage any device for which an OHC device driver exists.