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[Gnumed-devel] GNUMed SOAP vs SOAPless progress notes

From: Busser, Jim
Subject: [Gnumed-devel] GNUMed SOAP vs SOAPless progress notes
Date: Thu, 10 Nov 2011 05:39:51 +0000

Richard got me to thinking when he wrote offlist

> I've taken the approach in my software I aways would have liked gnuMed to 
> take 
> - my progress notes are a plain sheet of paper - rich text editor, and A4 
> page, no subdivision into restrictive categories like SOAP.

that as far as I can recall, GNUmed wishes it to be the clinicians' decision 
whether they wish to manage their notes granularly (splitting out S vs O vs A 
vs P notes) or whether to input their narrative as free-form.

GNUmed could make this easier if it would provide a clone of the Notes plug in 
(call it SOAPless notes) whose right side would provide a single edit area. 
Presently it provides each of


A variant would replace the label



        'SOAP narrative' (or even just 'Narrative')

and follow it with a single block of edit area encompassing the lines of white 
space down to just below the current 'Plan'.

When coding against this narrative block would later be activated, that coding 
could be a single field as well.

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