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Re: [Health] GH341 WEB FRONTEND

From: Khay Bagus
Subject: Re: [Health] GH341 WEB FRONTEND
Date: Mon, 25 Mar 2019 11:36:20 +0200

thank you Luis, 

I will follow your advise and use the 2-step procedure. Do we have another web-client so I can try?

About the 3.6 version: 

1. I think sao is no longer supported by tryton. Maybe we can check that before trying to include it.
2. Could we think of including an occupational health module (for baseline information, as well as follow up)?
3. Could we think of including a tool for the implementer to create his own forms?

On Sun, Mar 24, 2019 at 7:05 PM Luis Falcon <address@hidden> wrote:
Dear Khay
On Sat, 23 Mar 2019 17:24:19 +0200
Khay Bagus <address@hidden> wrote:

> Hello team,
> I have recently installed GH3.4.1 in a VM running OpenSUSE Leap15.0
> following the package installation procedure and installation form
> source on another VM with the same OS.
> everything seemed to be working fine with the tryton-client.
> I successfuly installed the tryton-sao and went for a test.

Please keep in mind that because of security and functionality issues
on the tryton-SAO, currently we don't support this platform in GNU
Health. Besides the security issues (Axel has more on this), all the GNU
Health transaction codes and plugins (camera, crypto, etc.. ) are not
included in SAO.

We will evaluate again in GNU Health 3.6 the feasibility to incorporate

Our goal is to put the analytic functionality through the federation
portal and Thalamus.

> I noticed that once I try to add a new patient directly from the
> patient page, it appears that it is processing but nothing happens.
> I can still use the system, going to add a party first but it seems
> that this could be improved.

The ideal workflow is to always create the demographics and then, if
that person becomes a patient, create the patient associated to the
person (party).

This 2-step procedure permits segregating the tasks on different teams.
Administrative team would take care of demographics info, and health
professionals would deal with medical related information.

Of course you could do both in one step using the Many2One widget on
the patient, but I discourage this.

All the best


Dr. Khaizer Bagus
Médico Generalista

Khaizer Bagus, MD
General Practitioner

Tete, Matundo

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