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Tue, 23 Nov 2004 10:57:27 +1100
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For example, at a recent health informatics seminar in
Melbourne, a major teaching hospital implementing a clinical information
system (and also a lead agency for the Victorian HealthSMART
all-of-State clinical system) noted that clinicians were entering
clinical problems / diagnoses into the CIS system in free text because
of lack of any standard concerning clinical coding (SNOMED-CT; etc).
Similar problems existed with allergies and adverse reactions while drug
coding (and interaction checking) used a proprietary system.
That scintella emr editor looks appropriate here.
(if eclipse can make a java programmer use better practices, perhaps a
emr text editor for clinicians ?
free text with hidden tags for coding links
non-hospital systems too;
I tend to enter everything free text, as the main purpose seems to be to
record for self or others to
read or recall, and secondarily, for medicolegal purposes , which
someone is going to read;
and only use *gui features* when I need
the computer to produce a form. ( requests, referrals, prescriptions)
for the purpose of giving to the patient,
or when browsing ( results, documents, progress notes - one system I
use divides this into list items
rather than a scrollable, readonly text page; the latter I find easier
to use ).
What about making an open-office monitored document application, so people
can enter an encounter on a word processor, except there is a program
the entry , making suggestions for coding, and responding to recognized
text by build
an action plan tree on another area , which the user can later change or
commit, or invoke.
You could possibly make it C++ to python, or java to python , or maybe
wrap their api in python.
BTW , the main reason for usiing java is laziness ( short-term ) ; the
ide I used lets you search
for callers of a method, lookup the type heirarchy for overloaded
methods or concrete methods of abstract
methods, select the best matching import for module.method names that
are used ;
it just saves time typing commands for jumping around in files, and
Maybe mc does this , does it? I'm using vi for python, and I like the
/ search command a lot, although
sometimes i'd like to do / and then see the search results with the
some information as to where it is found ,
instead of pressing /, / , / looking for the particular occurence of
the phrase I actually want.
what's the best editor for python
if you want search facilities ( e.g. recursive grep ) and the ability to
point and click and jump
to file and file position from grepped results ?
Any tips appreciated , wrt to using tools to edit python code.