|From:||Rogerio Luz Coelho|
|Subject:||[Gnumed-devel] Re: Altering the default encounter behaviour (type)|
|Date:||Fri, 3 Jul 2009 15:13:36 -0300|
I noticed when I attached a document, it was assigned an encounter type of "Document" but when I edited the "problem" to which various *measurements* had been associated, each of these resulted in an individual encounter of type "in praxis".
I think it better that any default that is intended for use with clinical interaction with the patient
... it does not matter what it is... be *not* the default for activities when no progress note was created.
I did notice that one of my "sessions" with Kirk did result in "chart review" although I am not sure about the behaviour that caused that. I do think "chart review" is a suitable default for any user-based activity and alterations to the chart that were not transacted through one of the Notes editors and which did not already have a defined encounter type of its own (in the way that attaching documents seems to have an encounter type of its own).
Maybe "chart review" can be the "default default" encounter type for encounters instantiated by patient activation through the GNUmed GUI and if (during an encounter within the configured time limits) the user would raise and *save* a progress note (complete with the *default* for clinician encounters such as "in praxis" this type could be allowed to overwrite the "default default" of chart review?
Maybe reply to list if you believe list-worthy :-)
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