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EMR - TB Module Deployment
Today, We deployed the “David Blaine” version of the TB Module for our EMR solution here at IDI (http://idi.mak.ac.ug). This was mainly for bug fixes and usability improvements based on the feedback that we received from users in the past few weeks. Some of the improvements were related to performance. We had to fine-tune some of our Linq statements in some places to enable better queries to be generated by our ORM. We also added some lookup dialogs that present certain information that would be ......

Posted On Friday, September 9, 2011 6:15 AM | Comments (0) |

Something to smile about after the project implementation
Some of the feedback from the users. ICEA stands for Integrated Clinic Enterprise Application, the EMR system which we have just implemented. I thank the users for being patient with us during requirements gathering, and for not laughing at some of our stupid questions. Technorati Tags: EMR ......

Posted On Monday, July 6, 2009 6:24 PM | Comments (0) |

The so called EMR software (Integrated Clinic Enterprise Application – ICEA.NET)
This post is just to show some of the screenshots of the EMR software that we developed and deployed in the past few weeks in our clinic. Some of the features include: - Patient Registration - Return visit entry and scheduling - Entry for Patient history, Vital signs, ART History, Online Prescriptions, Online lab orders, Counseling, Workflow - Role base security with windows based authentication - Office 2007 Themes (Don’t know whether to call this a feature) Thanks to Component Factory The lab requisitions ......

Posted On Friday, June 12, 2009 3:31 AM | Comments (8) |

Developing extensible applications (Plugin Frameworks and MEF)
In last few months i have been looking into a number of technologies, methodologies and tricks on how i can design and expedite the development of the EMR software. Some of the critical success factors of this EMR were extensibility because the institution has a huge research component and many research studies have various requirements and new ones come through anytime. Therefore, the EMR architecture is supposed to allow the developer to simply create a plug-in using a VS template and simply add ......

Posted On Tuesday, April 21, 2009 9:56 PM | Comments (1) |

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