I wanted to ask if any developers on this list have ever worked with an old
HIS from Orascom. I think it is called Maxc. No one at the hospital could
use a UNIX system, so they knew 0% about their HIS. They only knew it
doesn't work most of the time. it was installed in 1990 or so. It appears
to be programmed in COBOL, using a local repository. The doctors want me to
migrate the data from that to care2x. To be honest, the bigger problem is
that their system only has a tape backup drive, 2GB, no CD, no floppy, and
no network access. It is HP/UX. So, a bigger problem is first getting
files off server. I am searching my contacts for someone who can put the
files on CD if I bring them a 12 year old tape. (they do daily backups
though a terminal, but do not know how to restore). So, after my long
winded explanation, has anyone on the list worked with this HIS in their
career? I know I am vague about information on system, but that is all I
was given. Any hints on how to migrate this 12 year old repository to a
Second easier question, one of the doctors at the hospital has asked if
care2x PM could be installed at his clinic. He is cardiologist and critical
care doctor. I looked in the CVS to find it, but did not. I know the PM is
still alpha, so it says on website, but I would like to get my hands on it,
if I can. Is it available somewhere?
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Thanks a lot for the interest on the pm version.
The current pm demonstation is nothing but the care2x his deployment 1.1 =
with almost 50% of the menu items "disabled". You can do it too by just g=
into the " system admin", then "Main Menu" , then "Hide, Show, Sort order=
Just disable the menu items that you do not need.
Actually, the idea is to modify the pm version to make the "doctors workd=
display all pertinent patient records all at once on a single page. This =
not yet the case. But if your friend physician likes the current demo=20
version, its not problem. Just let us know of his experiences and feedbac=
so that it can help us in the development of the pm version. At best,=20
encourage him to write us directly.
On Wednesday 28 April 2004 07:45, Tim S wrote:
> Second easier question, one of the doctors at the hospital has asked if
> care2x PM could be installed at his clinic. He is cardiologist and
> critical care doctor. I looked in the CVS to find it, but did not. I =
> the PM is still alpha, so it says on website, but I would like to get m=
> hands on it, if I can. Is it available somewhere?