|Subject:||[Gnumed-devel] re: comparisons|
|Date:||Wed, 19 Jul 2006 16:02:55 +0800|
the picture of the OpenSDE or whatever looks like it would be great
as an emr system for 4th year medical students who are learning structured
history and examination . Probably may be a bit tedious in real life to enter
all the structured fields necessary for a given system problem .
I only use 2 systems regularly, MD and Genie, and MD is definitely easier to
use than genie . Genie seems to rely too much on popup windows,
which can easily get hidden behind other windows, and aren't easy to retrieve
from a tab bar or task bar .
Lately, I'm wondering if the vendor of genie is getting bored
because there's been changes like changing the color of the appointments seen
box from green to mauve, a notes button that needs to be clicked in order
to enter notes, but otherwise the pathology , radiology ordering and
the letter writer is fairly similiar, although MD seems to have easier to access
forms via the letter writer. Annoying part about the genie letter writer is that
one can't make changes to autogenerated items like medication lists,
and both don't let changes done in the letter writer update the patient record .
(this would require some sort of parser probably).
Results attachments for letters have to be manually printed it seems as well, but
this functionality should be realized once electronic referral to specialists come in
with argus, ( I hope).
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