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- OpenEMR 5.0 Users Guide:
- OpenEMR 4.2x Workflows:
- Lest you rue the day.
- Take note of this Forum thread.
- System Image: Creation and recovery in 32/64 bit devices.
- Clinical Decision Rules
- Data Import
- Diagnostic Studies
- How to Add Covid-19 or any other single test to OpenEMR Procedures.
- Procedure configuration & order process.
- Step wise explanation of how to configure Procedures:
- Diagnostic Laboratories Orders.
- Laboratory Catalogue Configuration.
- Laboratory Orders & Results.
- Procedures Module Configuration for Manual Result Entry: A pictorial guide.
- Laboratory Exchange User Documentation: Communication with external laboratory facility.
- Efficiency Tools
- Layout Based Visit Forms.
- Nation Notes: LBV Form with a WYSIWYG editor.
- Meaningful Use
- Practice Setup
- Chart Tracking
- Chart Tracking: How to seamlessly combine digital and paper charts in your practice.
- Description of Access Controls: Documentation of the settings in Administration->ACL.
- ACL Fine Granular Control: A guide with examples and screenshots.
- Client Sided Validation
- HOWTO: Create And Use Database Views.
- Backup - Backup Tools: Backup Methods and Scripts in OpenEMR - Protecting Your Data.
- Database - Database Conversion Tools: Changing Data For Use in OpenEMR.
- OpenEMR Deletion.
- Forms - Form Creation Tools: Tools for editing existing forms and creating new forms in OpenEMR.
- DIY Implementation of OpenEMR: A do-it-yourself guide with encouragements.
- Installation in a hosted environment.
- Layout Selection: Configuration and selection of three visual layouts with comparison screenshots.
- Language Translation Configuration: Translation of OpenEMR into your native language.
- Multiple Sites Module: Configuration and maintenance of multiple sites from one OpenEMR instance.
- Operating Systems.
- Securing OpenEMR: Advice from the community on how to secure an OpenEMR instance.
- Description of Settings: Documentation of the settings in Administration->Globals and Administration->Lists.
- Patient Statement Printing/Configuration Howtos.
- SSL Install Howtos.
- UTF-8 Upgrade Howto: Configuration of non-Latin scripts.
- Windows Package Dual Upgrade: Simultaneous upgrades of XAMPP and OpenEMR.
- Billing - Billing Setup Howtos: How To Configure and Use OpenEMR For Billing.
- Calendar - Using The Calendar As A Tool: Using The Calendar As A Tool in OpenEMR.
- CouchDB Documents Module - Using CouchDB to store patient documents.
- Mercury Mail Configuration in Windows XAMPP.
- Pharmacy Dispensary Module Configuration.
- Sms/Email Notification Howtos.
- Z&H's CCDA Module: Setup and Configuration of Z&H's Carecoordination module.
- HOWTO Setup and Use OpenEMR Groups Module.
- Custom Modules for OpenEMR: Modules not in the released codebase but available for installation. Preview here and contact the dev.
Choosing a User Interface - OpenEMR 5.0.0
Adding a New Patient - OpenEMR 5.0.0
OpenEMR 5.0.x - Intro 1 Walkthrough
OpenEMR 5.0.x - CDR Survey
OpenEMR 5.0.x - Create a CDR
OpenEMR 5.0.x - Use a CDR
OpenEMR 5.0.x - Getting Around
OpenEMR 5.0.x - New Clinic: Facility Settings
OpenEMR 5.0.x - New Clinic: User Accounts
OpenEMR 5.0.x - New Clinic: Create Patient Record
OpenEMR 5.0.x - Data Forms
Setting up your clinic
Adding a new patient
Using your calendar
Documenting a visit/encounter
Issues, Problems & Immunizations
Billing and Claim Generation
EOBs, Payments & Accounts Receivables
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
- Plan to post questions here that are frequently asked on the forums for OpenEMR version 5.0.1.
- How do I get E-Prescribing working?
- See OpenEMR ePrescribe wiki page for details.
- OpenEMR Acknowledgments Page
- Greater than 214 developers have directly contributed code to this project.
- Meaningful Use Certification itself involved numerous individuals, companies and the OEMR organization.