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[Gnumed-devel] Fwd: Re: [GPCG] What I did on my winter holidays - 12cc Conference Report (long)
Mon, 18 Aug 2003 13:17:16 +1000
I think you could just have a 2 tier client which can run multiple instances
on one machine (the server); citrix looks like a VNC with streamlining (
does it really create the windows components on the client machine inside the
client virtual window?) . Anyone know if VNC is insecure ?
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Re: [GPCG] What I did on my winter holidays - 12cc Conference Report (long)
Mon, 18 Aug 2003 11:16:02 +1000
We are not reluctant to offer this facility with Profile's 3-tier
architecture GPs can log in from home, nursing home etc with out require
Citrix or terminal services using a Profile client.
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Subject: Re: [GPCG] What I did on my winter holidays - 12cc Conference
On Fri, 15 Aug 2003 18:48:59 +1000, David Guest <address@hidden>
>Is it possible to write back to the database
All of these "modern" EHR programs could easily document and expose a
procedure either in the middle tier or on the database server itself which
would allow a limited set of data to be submitted and stored provided the
requisite authentication information was submitted with the data.
(Putting the data directly into the database without using a vendor
provided procedure is certainly possible but would also lose the benefit of
having the usual logging and data authentication rules applied to the
This would be a great facility for those doctors who see patients at home,
nursing home, hospital etc, & who need to enter progress notes or other
data from the far end of a telephone line - or maybe from their WAP device
in a couple of years.
The actual interface would be web based & could be designed by someone in
the practice or borrowed from another practice which has designed one.
Admittedly the web interface could not be as rich as the default client but
a basic interface that submits even just a plain text progress note along
with the corresponding Doctor ID, patient ID & date of entry would be
better than no remote entry at all.
I'm not sure if the vendors' reluctance to offer this facility thus far is
due to concern about data security or that they might be giving away
something that might be a marketable feature, or, as in the case of
Profile, that practices would use such a facility to subvert their per-
workstation licencing model.
I would be interested to hear some of the vendors thoughts.
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