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Re: [Gnumed-devel] When & where to present GNUmed e.g. IEEE Symposium? R

From: Sebastian Hilbert
Subject: Re: [Gnumed-devel] When & where to present GNUmed e.g. IEEE Symposium? Role of "Papers"?
Date: Sun, 27 Nov 2005 12:48:49 +0100
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On Sunday 27 November 2005 09:22, Karsten Hilbert wrote:
> On Sun, Nov 27, 2005 at 03:46:35PM +0800, Richard Hosking wrote:
> > One of the main benefits from Gnumed would be to escape the M$ licensing
> > morass.
> It is not, however, a focus in development goals (for those
> that I know). Nevertheless it's a nice and not fully
> unintentional side effect.
> > Is there a credible scheduling
> exchange4linux (Kollab)
To make this clear. exchange4linux is a product to let you use Outlook with an 
kolab server. So it pretends to te an Outlook server. Kolab is the server on 

> > /accounting package
> lxoffice or any number of others including sql_ledger
While lxoffice is a great for of sql_ledger and caters quite well for German 
(Australian ?) IT/IS shops it is not specifically targeted at medical 
billing. Fact remains. Someone needs to come up with a concept of how it 
should work, what projects exist and who with do the programming work.

Easy,isn't it ?
> > The other major issue is maintenance of data relating to medications and
> > items etc.
> Exactly. And that is going to cost money (and it should) in
> the foreseeable future.
Agreed. Funny though that even if you tell commercial vendors that you want to 
license there software or data their stare goes blank. Been there, done that, 
will do it again.
> > At present medication data could be obtained from MIMS,
> > presumably under licence. How would the issue of medication and item
> > data maintenance be handled?
> Set up shop to do it and strike it rich (only half ironic).
Stabilize / test GNUmed with MIMS data. Negotiate an agreement with MIMS how 
to license the data.
> Karsten
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