Can new Treatments be added?

Asked by ediaz on 2010-05-16

Can we add new Treatments usinq mysql interface? how?

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2010-05-23
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2010-05-24
Neil Wallace (rowinggolfer) said : #1

What do you mean by "add new treatments"?

Do you mean plan treatment for a patient from the current selection of treatments contained within the feescales contained in your database? Answer - of course.

Can you add "custom" treatments outwith those contained within the feescales - again, yes.

or do you mean - can you alter the database to include a wider variety of standard treatments?

I am thrilled in your interest in the project, however, until you let me know who you are, and what your use case is... I really can't be of much help.

ediaz (ediaz-pk25) said : #2

hi, we are a spanish dentist and a computer specialist. we saw your program and liked that it was quick, direct and easy to use. and thought we could try to implement it in my dental practice. And, perhaps, through our experience we could help future users of openmolar.
We have to use it in spanish because not everyone speaks english in my practice, and also invoces and paperwork has to be in spanish and have no trouble translating the database.
we were trying to add a wider variety of treatments to the database (like dental implants or orthodontics), how is it done? should we alter the mysql database? or edit the openmolar xml file
thank you very kindly

Neil Wallace (rowinggolfer) said : #3

On 23 May 2010 22:45, ediaz <email address hidden> wrote:

> Question #111280 on openMolar changed:
> https://answers.launchpad.net/openmolar/+question/111280
>
> Status: Answered => Open
>
> ediaz is still having a problem:
> hi, we are a spanish dentist and a computer specialist. we saw your program
> and liked that it was quick, direct and easy to use. and thought we could
> try to implement it in my dental practice. And, perhaps, through our
> experience we could help future users of openmolar.
> We have to use it in spanish because not everyone speaks english in my
> practice, and also invoces and paperwork has to be in spanish and have no
> trouble translating the database.
>

ok,
that's exciting news.

I am currently finalising version 0.2.0, which changes the appointment
system somewhat. I hope to release this version at the end of this week.

version 0.2.1 will move to be being suitable for use in practices other than
my own. (without having to dip into the python code yourself, which you
would have to currently)

the more information I could get about your practice, the quicker I can get
this going for you.

regards

Neil.

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