In trying to identify next steps for advancing the use of LibreHealth in education, here’s a new thread for discussion.
Rather than focusing on functionality let’s talk about goals/possibilities. Some questions/thoughts for discussion. Who is the audience? There are many different kinds of people with: clinicians such as Doctors, Nurses, Allied Health Professionals and students and instructors for each of these ; non-clinicians, office staff, billing departments. Information Technology Professionals .
What sort of lessons/curriculum need to be taught? Having complete records to look at and examine is certainly a great start as it provides at platform for “self-exploration.” But are there specific concepts that need to be taught?
One random idea for Radiology. There are many case websites that provide images, but these are typically provide in web image formats rather than DICOM so there is loss of fidelity. Also the ability to adjust image parameters (contrast?) isn’t available. I remember different things happening to the image when dragging left and right with the mouse button down vs. dragging up and down. Slice by slice review of CT scans from web pages also seems problematic. I presume radiology departments have was to share interesting cases internally, but could be build a better collaborative educational environment?