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Ashley Maher Ashley Maher
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Multiple Specialities

Has anybody implemented OpenMRS where multiple specialities are using the same install?

e.g. General Practice, Oncology, Paediatrics, etc

Not necessarily those specifically just interested in what particularly to be careful of in such a set up.

Kindest Regards,

Ashley
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Tobin Greensweig Tobin Greensweig
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Re: Multiple Specialities

Hi Ashley,

I think that most implementations have multiple specialties using the same system. The different departments can have specialized forms for collecting data and patients can be divided into different programs. 

Tobin



On Sun, Apr 29, 2012 at 8:33 AM, Ashley Maher <[hidden email]> wrote:
Has anybody implemented OpenMRS where multiple specialities are using the same install?

e.g. General Practice, Oncology, Paediatrics, etc

Not necessarily those specifically just interested in what particularly to be careful of in such a set up.

Kindest Regards,

Ashley
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Andrew Kanter Andrew Kanter
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Re: Multiple Specialities

Ashley,

One area you might get into trouble is concepts for specific subspecialities... we generally have MNCH, internal medicine, mental health, HIV/TB pretty well covered, but some areas the dictionary might be missing some concepts. This is because folks working with MCL (maternal concept lab.com) and PIH/AMPATH/MoTeCH/MVP etc. might not have had the chance to QA the existing ones. The CIEL dictionary has tons of concepts for all specialities, but we need users to actually tell us when they find something missing!

Andy
 
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From: Tobin Greensweig <[hidden email]>
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Sent: Sunday, April 29, 2012 1:56 AM
Subject: Re: [OPENMRS-IMPLEMENTERS] Multiple Specialities

Hi Ashley,

I think that most implementations have multiple specialties using the same system. The different departments can have specialized forms for collecting data and patients can be divided into different programs. 

Tobin



On Sun, Apr 29, 2012 at 8:33 AM, Ashley Maher <[hidden email]> wrote:
Has anybody implemented OpenMRS where multiple specialities are using the same install?

e.g. General Practice, Oncology, Paediatrics, etc

Not necessarily those specifically just interested in what particularly to be careful of in such a set up.

Kindest Regards,

Ashley
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