This short blog is one of those really frustrating scenarios where one service exports in a certain format but imports for a 2nd service only accept a different format. Welcome to the world of disjointed healthcare! Before I explain further this might be hitting a sledgehammer with a walnut and please let me know if […]Read More Getting EMIS Immunisations into Exeter
Introduction Emails have become an essential method of communicating for the last 40 years and ubiquitous for at least the last 10 years. Every business you can think of uses emails. So why is primary care so far behind? Talking about the service especially to our younger cohort it’s become clear that there is an […]Read More Email Consultations
I’ve been wanting to get into WPF for sometime. As a GP it’s hard to keep up with software development and my personal niche is always going to be desktop. That’s not to say WPF is new but its principals are here to stay in the desktop .net world. Now I’ve done a little example […]Read More WPF
If you’ve ever wondered how to convert business concepts to 1s and 0s you are in the right place. This blog is a meander around at least how I approach and tiny aspect the problem with Blood Pressure as an example as it’s the first Leaf we are creating in our new application PatientLeaf. Introduction […]Read More Coding Blood Pressure
Introduction PatientLeaf has been a labour of love over the last 8 years. Being a clinician it’s the one application which I’ve been thinking about for some time and most importantly truly believe it’s made a difference to my clinical care in terms of time taken to make a sound clinical decision in the clinic and also […]Read More PatientLeaf
Read Codes. Read Codes are no more and for those who are unaware we are in a state of flux quietly having to change over to SnomedCT for all coding in primary care. As with most things in the NHS Read Codes are a shining example how to take a promising concept and totally shred […]Read More SnomedCT. A Blizzard is coming.
SERVICES, INTERFACES & SEPARATING ASSEMBLIES. One thing you realise the more you write code is that the less “moving parts” you have the better or to put it another way the more you put your moving parts into one contained place the better. Pushing items which change or where there will be change in the […]Read More DECOUPLING CODE