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Re: [Gnumed-devel] a requirement for appointments

From: Sebastian Hilbert
Subject: Re: [Gnumed-devel] a requirement for appointments
Date: Wed, 21 Jun 2006 03:28:27 +0200
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On Wednesday 21 June 2006 03:20, Syan Tan wrote:
> occasionally you need to see what's happening to a patient who you have
> only seen once or twice for , so you don't remember their name, but you
> remember their age, and the condition you saw them for , and you know they
> were seen about x days ago, and they are in the appointments history.  You
> could specifically search for them if you have an easily searchable emr
> system, using something like a query by example, ( it might be difficult to
> expect users to search using SQL),  but a convenient way to find them is to
> browse back on the appointment books, and see their age and the diagnosis
> they were seen for , in order to find them.

I fully agree. Thanks for elaborating.
> On Wed Jun 21 2:21 , Sebastian Hilbert sent:
> On Wednesday 21 June 2006 02:09, Syan Tan wrote:
>  > appointments that have been seen should be viewable with the age of the
>  > patient and the decided diagnosis , in order for backtracking and
>  > followup in the appointments columns. this is in addition to actively
>  > marking the patient for followup during the consultation because
>  > sometimes you think back, and wonder why the patient wasn't marked for
>  > follow up.
>  What do you mean by 'appointments that have been seen' ? Some sort of
>  nightly 'patient seen list'
>  I can follow you that sometimes we wonder why patient wasn't scheduled for
>  follow up. But how do we detect those. Only when the patient comes in
> without an appointment instead of a follow up appointment.
>  How does the decided daignosis and age of the patient aid you in
> understanding why the patient hasn't been marked for follow up ?
>  Just curious about the context you see this in.
>  --
>  Sebastian Hilbert
>  Leipzig / Germany
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Sebastian Hilbert 
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