I started a project using a small PHP frame that is on GitHub, [login to view URL] It uses an MVC model. I am about half-way through and I might want to try migrating to Laravel before I move much further along with the project. I would probably want much of the frontend stuff to remain mostly the same. I also have multiple classes that I added to the project that probably would have to be refactored somewhat to fit into Laravel, but much of that code can probably remain mostly unchanged. I can probably handle most of the css and much of the html myself. It also included a fair amount of Jquery and is basically built with the PHP framework, css, html and Jquery. I am used MySQL for the database, and I am fairly familiar with that also.
It also uses an API to communicate with a remote server. That is a little complicated and uses Curl to make request to the remote server, and the results are return as JSON objects. I am also quite familiar with that.
I am mostly interested on migrating to Laravel. I am a little familiar with Laravel, but it would take me some time to get up to speed as to how it is structured and on how to migrate to Laravel. I would be open to just having some of the initial work done to the point where I can finish much of the rest on my own. I think once I understand the basics of Laravel that I could finish much of the work on my own.
I have a dev version of the project on my home server, and I periodically put up a recent version on a hosted web server. I would be happy to demo the project to interested parties and spending a little time explaining what the requirements are. It is for a medical application, and there are really 2 parts. One part is to provide a portal for referring doctors and patients to sign on to the system to access some medical records and medical images. I have the basics of that already worked out with the API, and I would need a secure login system that works well, although the framework that I now have already does that fairly well, and there are a lot of starter kits out there for Laravel that do the same thing.
The other part if more complex and involved basically building a RIS (Radiology Information System). It does not have to be that complicated, and the simpler the better. Some of that work has also already been done, but at this point I think it might be better to move to Laravel before doing more work on that part since if it become a long term project it would be better to have it in a Laravel framework for maintenance and further development. It is already able to send HL7 (Health Level ) messages through the API.
Budget is limited, and I would be open to someone just getting things started to the point where I could take care of much of the rest of it myself after seeing how Laravel works.