Release Notes: Many new features were added, including timeline visualization of the emr, xetex support for languages such as Hindi, various medical scores and scales, many document placeholders, revamped measurements handling, and much better drug/substances handling. Improvements include a better waiting list, support for comments on bills, and an improved patient overview.
Release Notes: New features include a patient overview, many new placeholders for reports, a simple notes plugin, basic billing functionality, active clinica reminders, and more. Numerous enhancements were made to document management, allergy handling, text expansion macros, and more.
Release Notes: This release has seen many new features and bugfixes. This is the successor to the 0.9.x series. In this release, fixed bugs include corrections for a document comment phrasewheel exception, an exception in fuzzy timestamp, and an exception in date input for the failure to properly propagate changes to the current medical encounter. Improvements include new placeholders in document templates and rewording of some user interface elements.
Release Notes: This release adds many features, better FreeDiams connectivity, many new templates and placeholders for forms, better medication handling, the ability to add items to the inbox, improved profile/worksplace handling, the addition of Gulich score and Boesner score, better interaction with Arriba, improved handling of hospital stays, and the addition of a minimalistic coding systems handler.
Release Notes: This release brings vaccination handling, better medication printouts, a connector for a Canadian EMR, better character support on MS Windows, several medical scores, a plugin template for developers, and a link to dosage information for drugs. It features a number of translations of the user interface.
Release Notes: This release features visual progress notes. Translations have seen a big improvement. Several major inconsistencies have been solved, particularly around switching encounters on a patient and the dreaded Edit Area layout issue.
Release Notes: The major new feature is test results handling. Configuration and logging have been redone. Documents are greatly improved. Printing, faxing, and mailing, external permalinks, and the ability to change type across all documents have been added. Many more backend signals allow for real-time client update. Database downtime can be signaled to clients. A client can check for available upgrades. Progress note display is greatly improved . Unsaved progress notes have a warning before changing the patient or closing the client. Progress notes support keyword based expansion (macros).
Release Notes: A report generator to visualize query results with gnuplot has been added. Exception handling has been improved. The Snellen Chart has been reactivated. KVK handling has officially been included. More hooks and an improved example hook script were added. Demographics handling has been extended to now really support multiple names, addresses, comm channels, and external IDs. Furthermore, there are lots of GUI-accessible configuration options that were always there in the backend but didn't have a frontend to them. File format handling in document management has seen improvements.
Release Notes: This version has a whole new set of features: KOrganizer support, remote control support via gm_ctl_client, improved client startup (which makes the database welcome message optional), user accessible slave mode switching, improved exception handling with custom detection of missing modules, and OOo-based templated letter writing. The most visible feature might be the use of OpenOffice.org for medical letter writing and storage. The external patient loader now checks the AU PracSoft section for file existance.
Release Notes: This release has seen a number of fixes as well as new features. GNotary support for timestamped backups has been added. Application speed especially has seen a huge increase, over slow network links. For even smarter handling of the documents in the archive, filename storage has been introduced. Allergy management as well as a hooks framework is now available.