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Re: [Gnumed-devel] Re: GNUmed's complex interface

From: vbanait
Subject: Re: [Gnumed-devel] Re: GNUmed's complex interface
Date: Mon, 14 Feb 2011 12:41:42 +0530

That should work wonders for
1.  opd work
2. for evaluation


On 12/02/2011, Sebastian Hilbert <address@hidden> wrote:
> On Saturday 12 February 2011 14:28:03 Sebastian Hilbert wrote:
>> On Saturday 12 February 2011 13:06:59 you wrote:
>> > Hi
>> >
>> > I would request you to have a look at software softamed available from
>> >
>> > it has major limitation as it is not 'network ready" but I have not
>> > seen such a easier installation/interface. Moreover it also allows
>> > autocomplete and creating templates for prescription.
>> Ok. I am looking at softamed now.
>> One general remark. A user interface is subject to personal taste. Like in
>> a care you either like the appearance or you don't.
>> GNUmed is designed in a way that you can develop your very own appearance
>> and interface and still use GNUmed below that.
>> So it would be possible for a doctor to contract a professional to develop
>> a user interface that looks similar to the one from softamed and still use
>> the GNUmed middle layer and database to ensure data integrity and safety.
> Following up on the issue of GNUmed's user interface.
> In some countries the health system requires overly complex user interfaces
> and smart EMR and in some countries it seems to be possible to build you own
> EMR on OpenOffice and a Spreadsheet program.
> I wonder if anyone feels that a special (reduced) version of GNUmed  would
> make sense.
> This version would
> a) be non-network capable and therefore ship its own local (not systemwide)
> Postgresql (hidden from the user
> b) get rid of server profiles in the login dialog (just one local server)
> c) be Windows-only as non-systemwide installations of e.g. Postgresql on
> Linux
> and Mac is way too much work
> d) have a local (non system wide) installation (hidden from the user) of
> Latex
> and pre-configured batch file for printing
> I do not have the time to produce and maintain this but anyone wanting to do
> this can speak up.
> It would be a one-time effort of 20-40hours (automate the changes) and
> another
> 2 hour effort for every GNUmed update.
> Best regards,
> Sebastian

Dr Vaibhav S Banait
MD (Med), DNB (Med),
DM (Gastroenterology),
Ph: Vaibhav:09860643436

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