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Re: [Health] Laboratory stock control

From: Luis Falcon
Subject: Re: [Health] Laboratory stock control
Date: Fri, 22 Mar 2019 22:00:12 +0000

Dear Humberto

Thank you very much for your kind email ! It's great to know that
you're happy with GNU Health and the LIMS functionality :)

Let me answer inline :

On Fri, 22 Mar 2019 18:58:19 +0100
Humberto Freitas <address@hidden> wrote:

> Hello guys,
> Firstly, let me just say that I’m amazed with the work you guys are
> doing. Thank you for all your work.

You're most welcome :)
> I could already install the software on a Debian 9 Stretch. It
> couldn’t be easier. Following the wiki instructions, I could install
> the system and it’s up and running.

Great ! 

> It is amazing how seamlessly GH organizes all the information that a
> healthcare institution needs to make daily important decisions. So to
> give it a try, we started the installation of the GNU Health basic
> system with the GNU Health LIMS module, so we can manage our
> laboratory. Everything is working great.
> So, now I want to manage the laboratory stock according to the
> requested lab tests.
> After some talk with the Lab personnel, I find that I could manage
> the stock in one of two ways: Automating the stock moves, from the
> lab location to some virtual location (like Lab Tests), according to
> the requested lab tests. So when the result of a lab test is done the
> move occurs; Or I could let them make the moves themselves, with the
> internal shipments. So, every test they do, they should register the
> stock moves in the internal shipments.
> After tinkering for some time, I could realise that the first
> solution has some problems with automating the process because the
> material used to make certain tests vary with patient physical
> characteristics, like patient age.
> So now I’m thinking about the second solution. After some
> experimentation, it works. However, when adding an internal shipment
> I want to identify the origin of the moves with a lab test. Can you
> help me adding the list of lab tests in the list of items to add to
> the origin field? 

We can definitely work on this feature and add it to the upcoming

Would you please elaborate a bit more the rationale behind this
functionality ? We will then create a task for the implementation.

Our friend Armand has extensive experience implementing GNU Health
LIMS, so he can also help in this.

Thank you again for your feedback and welcome to GNU Health !

All the best

> Sincerely, 
> Humberto Freitas
> Cell phone: +244 944 775 334
> email: address@hidden
> Angola

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