|Subject:||Re: [Health-dev] Quantity at service line is an interger|
|Date:||Sun, 28 Sep 2014 05:17:01 +0700|
Dear Bounmy !
Before I go into details, let me take this opportunity to express my
gratitude for your commitment to GNU Health in your country, Laos. I
personally visited the CMR and I congtratulate you and the medical team
there, for the fantastic job you are doing for the community. You have
done so much in so little time, so keep up the great job !
Please see my comments inline below.
On Fri, 26 Sep 2014 10:34:53 +0700
Bounmy Sihaphom <address@hidden> wrote:
> Hi Luis and Gnuhealth community!
> I have been implementing Gnuhealth as pilot project at Centre of
> Medical Rehabilitation in Vientiane , Laos.We have a lot of issues
> but nothing major.We work as a team, one look after nework,one look
> after user support and others look after gnuhealth customization.We
> can say we have accomplished something: from registering
> patients,Evaluating and ,prescribing and invoicing around 75%
> done.Withouth all of your help, we definitely are not able to come
> this far.Doctors and nurses are using in daily basis.
This is a lot !
> However, we are
> still in the process of testing a lot of things and learning at the
> same time.So you have seen many questions from us, many dumb
> questions maybe with broken english, so we really apologize for
There are no such things as "dumb" questions. Most of your questions
I've seen in the forum come after you have investigated and try to come
up with a solution. We are all here to learn from each other.
> We have been through so many obstacles and seen this
> implementation is not for normal Joe can do.
Implementing GNU Health in a health institution, or a health intitution
networks requires careful planning, design, training and a motivated
local team. As you said, you need a trans-disciplinary team (health
professionals, accountants, network administrators, computer scientists,
epidemiologists, ... ) working in sync.
>We are planning to roll out the whole country if approved by Lao
>Government in a near future.Before that time comes, I have found
>GNUhealth is not type of
> "plug and play" application. it must be customized more or less to
> suit each country custom and law. We found one issue , then fixed
> them and here another one I need help with:
> 1.In the hospital, we have 429 products (all categories) with unit
> cost price setup and associated account for each.
> 2. The Hospital charge each patient "category" differently, here how
> they call patient category: patient comes from 9-4,patient comes
> after 4:00 pm, and foreigners (from different countries).The hospital
> charge a 4-9 patient a fixed cost price of Peniciline of $100 (for
> example), then $107 for after 4 :00PM patient, and $119 for
> 3.At Health_service we enter product, and quantity=119/100 for
> foreigner,and 107/100 for patient after 4pm.
> We cannot enter 1.19 or 1.07 into the qty field, can someone help? or
> how you would normally do from your experience?
> Or we have to change qty to be a float value?
Product / services should be integers.
I think that you should be able to differentiate the product price by
using price lists, which are quite flexible and allow you to do
different combinations depending on the patient.
Let's have an IRC meeting this Monday, so we can discuss in detail and
on realtime this situation, which I'm positive we will find a
All the best,
> Thanks for your help.
> Best Regards;
> Bounmy Sihaphom
> mail. address@hidden
Dr. Luis Falcon
Freedom and Equity in Healthcare
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