On Sunday, November 27, 2011 01:29:09 PM Karsten Hilbert wrote:
> > > > Say I discontinue a medication, then I restart it for whatever
> > > > reason. How is this supposed to work.
> > >
> > > Remove it and re-enter it.
> > It still stay in the medication history ?
> GNUmed, so far, explicitely, by design decsion, does not support
> a medication history over and beyond what the auditing system
> would provide.
Got that. So one would have to parse the audit logs for a plugin to display
the medication history ?
Somthing comes to mind here.
When printing the current medication list wouldn't it be nice to print the
medication history as well ?
BTW. When I restart a medication that has been stopped and deleted in the past
is there some way to catch that other then parsing the audit system ?
> > > > Clicking on edit I can edit the past start/stop values.
> > > > Trying to add it again gives a duplicate key error or something like
> > > > this.
> > > >
> > > > Can there be an option to restart inactive medication ?
> > >
> > > What about editing the start/stop values ?
> > I will try this.
> > Future versions could provide a button, checkbox , rightclick, keyboard
> > shortcut - whatever to restart inactive medication.
> > Say I give a patient pantozol for 4 weeks, I discontinue per plan, then I
> > decide to prescribe it again. I can see it in the 'inactive' list. Would
> > save
> > a few clicks if I could e.g right click in the corresponding row. This
> > would
> > bring up the options 'restart' and 'restart with changes'. The later
> > could
> > pull up a popup to let me make changes much like the edit button does.
> IOW show the edit area with the start date re-set to today and
> the end date emptied out ?
That is correct. Pretty much like clicking 'edit' plus some automatic changes.