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Chronological listing of all calender entries

Last post 04-01-2011, 8:56 AM by Records For Living Support. 3 replies.
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  •  03-27-2011, 1:55 PM 1622

    Chronological listing of all calender entries

    Does anyone know if it is possible yet to list all itmes in the calander in one report in chronological order as they appear in the calander?
  •  03-27-2011, 6:47 PM 1623 in reply to 1622

    Re: Chronological listing of all calender entries

    There is currently no such report in HealthFrame v2. One could create an OpenHealth service plugin to create such a report, but it wouldn't be easy, because the XML data representation of calendar items is normalized, and doesn't redundantly include computed calendar entries which are typically the majority of entries.

    This issue has been raised before, and is in our bug tracking database (#752). We don't expect this to be resolved for the HealthFrame v3 release (we are trying to limit new features to get it out the door) - but its a reasonable feature we may add for HealthFrame v3.1, depending on user feedback.

    Thank you for your suggestion! If you - or others - feel this is particularly important, please let us know, and why, and we will adjust the priority according to the feedback we receive.
  •  03-29-2011, 8:59 AM 1624 in reply to 1623

    Re: Chronological listing of all calender entries

    Each of my 3 regular physicians and specialists desire only a chronological listing of all that transpired since last appointment. This requires me to manually develop this list in Excel. HealthFrame gives me no help in accomplishing this.
    If this listing was available in HealthFrame it would benefit me and the physicians.
  •  04-01-2011, 8:56 AM 1626 in reply to 1624

    Re: Chronological listing of all calender entries

    Thank you for your follow up. I can now see even better how/why this would be useful.

    Due to quirks of our development process (its easier to add reports after we release a product than other sorts of changes) - I cannot promise this will be addressed before HealthFrame v3 ships. We are anxious to ship as soon as possible.

    However, I've elevated the priority of this request in our bug database, and I hope we will be able to provide a solution in the coming year.

    Anyhow - thank you kindly for your feedback!
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