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Re: [Gnumed-devel] lx-office

From: Sebastian Hilbert
Subject: Re: [Gnumed-devel] lx-office
Date: Thu, 17 Jun 2010 09:05:35 +0200
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Am Donnerstag 17 Juni 2010, 02:41:48 schrieben Sie:
> Let's fork it again !!!
> (just kidding ;)


BTW. There is supposedly some working code that will interface with lx-office. 
I was told that this code lets anyone (including GNUmed but the GNUmed side is 
still missing) do 4 functions in lxo from the e.g. command line via http.

1 search for a patient in the lxo database
2 create a new patient in the lxo database
3 create a new invoice (open a browser) (optionally after having created the 
patient). the invoice can be tagged draft and completed later.
4 link into lxo (open a browser) to show all open invoices

The fact that is runs over http or rather https gives you the option to have 
the lx-office (maybe sql-ledger) anywhere you can establish an http connection 
to. This could be a webserver in you office (the webserver can run on the same 
machine as the database server which could even be the same as the client) or 
anywhere in the world. The second option would free you from taking care of 
lxo and provide you with hosting as a service.

The GNUmed project (unlikely) or anyone including Hilbros could offer hosting 
lxo as a service for people not wanting to go through installing lxo locally.

The second source of income could come from provinding setup, support and 
customization for lxo. Customization includes corporate branding of the 
invoice templates and such things.

The code is not public as far as I know but here are some things that come to 
mind which might be wanted.

- before creating a new invoice look up if any drafts for that patient exist
- feed back pdf invoice to the patient's documents in GNUmed


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