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Re: [Gnumed-devel] Turtorials

From: Sebastian Hilbert
Subject: Re: [Gnumed-devel] Turtorials
Date: Sat, 3 Jul 2010 12:12:14 +0200
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Am Freitag 02 Juli 2010, 22:41:55 schrieb Rogerio Luz Coelho:
> Hello,
> I have been trying to divise a way to market GNUmed (to my collegues at
> least - for now)

That will provide valuable feedback.

> and the big dificulty is setting up a local server (they
> never heard of PostgreSQL) and are all Windows users.
Is this a problem ? Postgresql is installed in silent mode. They won't even 
notice. The current installer detects that it is not there , asks if you want 
to have it installed and the installs GNUmed-server, starts the boostrapper 
where you won't have to input anything and after waiting a few minutes you are 

> Besides, when I show them the functioning GNUmed they are thrown away by
> the lack of prescription and the "confusion" that the
> Problem/Episode/Encounter system works.
> So ...
> 1st - I have started a HowTos page on the wiki
> so we can start to think on How Tos for these issues.
Good idea. While one would think that the concept is trivial its 
implementation in GNUmed *might* need a how-to description.
> 2nd - Wishlist:
> I would like to see in the future the Problem List with a separator:
> Chronic  / Acute
> This is somewhat done by the client already by the "grouping" of problems,
> but my thinking would b e as follows:
> - first the problem list could have a difference in permissions for
> modifications in the Chronic list and a Acute list where even Dr.Joe can
> make encounters and episodes. This is specially interesting in settings
> where we have a Clinical Ambulatory and a ER in the same setting or sharing
> the same EMR.
Can you explain this a little more. I have problems understanding why special 
permissions are needed. 

> - second this facilitates the job of doctors while browsing the EMR -
> besides, acute diagnostics generally arenĀ“t supposed to be that precise ...
Hmm. Isn't a diagnosis always precise. It might be uncertain or wrong but 
always precise. Everything else is findings instead of diagnosis I guess.


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