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Re: [Gnumed-devel] Appointment handling

From: richard terry
Subject: Re: [Gnumed-devel] Appointment handling
Date: Fri, 13 Jan 2012 08:03:41 +1100
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On Thursday 12 January 2012 20:22:19 Sebastian Hilbert wrote:

Played with this.

Played with LuxCal

Ok for the web but personally I think this would quickly drive any secretary 

One needs instant quick and responsible one click solutions for appointments
ie click on the appointment grid slot (or have the grid respond to typing to 
auto-enter search moded) > select patient > done.



> After some research here are two potential solutions for appointment
>  handling in GNUmed without reinventig the wheel.
> a) reuse webbased calendar solution
> b) embed it into GNUmed
> One contender would be webcalendar, the other one LuxCal.
> Webcalendar seems to have a REST-based interface which potentially allows
>  to manipulate appointments programatically.
> LuxCal author is fairly responsive with regards to creating an interface to
> manipulate appointments programatically.  LuxCal supposedly could be
>  configured in a way that is uses credentials for the GNUmed (pg-based
>  users) so each user has their own calendar (appointments)
> There are other benefits to reusing webbased solutions such as they could
>  be integrated with a webbased GNUmed client, accessed independently of
>  GNUmed via webbrowser and from compatible tools (such as iCal compatible
>  apps)
> To actually have this embedded into GNUmed we would have to wait for
>  wxpython 2.9.x on Linux. On Windows I could upgrade packages to wxpython
>  2.9.x anytime.
> I essensence this means if anyone is interested in pursuing coding this up
>  (or having it coded) let me know.
> Sebastian
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