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Use of Eclipse in a medical office setting. [message #566858] Wed, 15 February 2006 04:37
Roy Doorenbos is currently offline Roy DoorenbosFriend
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I'm a physician who has been puttering around with Java for some years now,
building small projects mostly for the challenge of learning Java. I'm in
primary care and I've worked with a few EMR's and have never been satisfied.

I encountered Eclipse about a year ago for development and I was immediately
attracted by its ability to present massive quantities of data quickly and
in a highly customizable fashion. I was also attracted to its very
fine-grained development model and the ability to add (and remove) very
small increments of function to a stable base. I have found that physicians
are by and large vary widely in their record-keeping desires. To use a
common data model (as in HL7) but to use the views and editors to build very
specific presentations of the data to the clinician seems intuitive.

How would I be able to look at the CVS for HL7? I doubt that I have much to
add, I just want to look.

Roy Doorenbos
Grinnell, IA
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