I apologize for not properly fixing an area for it’s discussion. I will try to include all the previously mentioned bugs here, if you would like to discuss/present an OpenMRS 2.2 UAT issue, please reply to the list here so that we can have a common area to discuss about them
Here is the list of issues/bugs already mentioned.
Reported by @ayeung -
On Visit Note page, it asks to add “presumed” or “confirmed” diagnosis on the left side. However, the checkboxes are shown as “Primary” and “Confirmed” once the diagnosis is added. It might be a typo for the “Primary” checkbox when it should be “Presumed” checkbox. If that was a typo, it should not allow users to tick both “Presumed” and “Confirmed” as they are mutually exclusive. Also, it should remove the defaulted tick for “Presumed” under Primary Diagnosis.
Reported by @willa - I logged in using the admin account, registered a new patient and started a visit, following that I decided to add some allergies to my new patient. On the “Add Allergy” page [please see attached screenshot] I notice that on the reactions section where it says click all that apply, it is actually possible to choose “Unknown” along with other options! I was thinking may be it makes more sense when “Unknown” is chosen then the other options should be disabled? I don’t think it is much of an issue but it is worthing letting the team know.
Reported by @akanter - Unable to add a coded diagnosis in the visit note. I know the diagnosis of Asthma is there in the database, but when I type it in, I don’t have a search. It goes in as uncoded.
There are two orthogonal things you are indicating:
certainty, i.e. presumed vs confirmed. If the box is unchecked, it’s presumed, and if the box is checked, it’s confirmed.
order, i.e. primary vs seconday. If the box is checked, it’s a primary diagnosis, if the box is unchecked it’s a secondary diagnosis. (if you check/uncheck the box then the diagnosis moves between the primary and secondary lists)
So for example the primary diagnosis for a visit might be presumed pneumonia, and the doctor might also record a second diagnosis of confirmed diabetes.
I now understand the UI for the Visit Note (primary/secondary and confirmed/presumed for diagnoses). The layout of the Primary checkbox and Confirmed checkbox are next to each other which are likely to give user the false impression those are for the same question. Actually, they are two different question. Also, the original note on https://wiki.openmrs.org/display/docs/OpenMRS+2.2#OpenMRS2.2-VisitNotes indicated to choose either primary or confirmed which also created confusion. I updated the notes and reflect that they are for two different questions. Hopefully, it would be more clear for other users.