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Re: [Gnumed-devel] Barcode printing

From: ihaywood
Subject: Re: [Gnumed-devel] Barcode printing
Date: Wed, 5 Oct 2005 15:38:43 +0800
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Quoting Sebastian Hilbert <address@hidden>:

> Yes. Both ways are possible. I thought of a drag and drop interface which 
> displays thumbnails of each page and lets you create stacks of paper.
> The auto seperation process with marker pages is another option since our 
> workflow allows us to create the stack without too much extra effort for 
> sticking the pages inbetween.
> We differentiate between newly arriving documents and archival of whole 
> patient charts. First one is done on the fly while patient comes in. Second 
> one is extra work. The three step workflow of the document archive doesn't 
> cater for the first case very well. So I will change the interface for 
> scanning in new reports. 
Ah! Now I understand why you guys didn't care about tracking.
Needless to say, it's imperative new correspondence documents be tracked.
> Don't know exactly how but if the document archive 
> gets called from a patient window inside GNUmed I would present the compact 
> two step (scan/index,view) interface. 
Personally I would like gnumed client to respond to X drag-and-drop events
(of any object, but presumably imagefiles most of the time) and pop-up
a dialog to add to (by default) the current patient and basic metadata
(document type, title &c)

Also a "Same as previous" button to same the image as a subsequent page of
the previous scanned in object.

Obviously this won't work for bulk scanning, it's more for on-the -spot stuff.


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