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Re: [Health-dev] [bug #35461] Privilege Separation for Patiet Registrati

From: Chris
Subject: Re: [Health-dev] [bug #35461] Privilege Separation for Patiet Registration
Date: Sat, 30 May 2015 15:13:01 -0700
User-agent: Mutt/1.5.23 (2014-03-12)

Hi Christoph!

Hahah, no worries - no activity in 3 years old, which is on us. Hehe.

I agree, I think the default access rights should readily conform to
that situation. In addition, I think a similar setup occurs in many, if
not most, health facilities, so I don't think its too specific.

Thanks again! =-)


On 05/29/15, Christoph H. Larsen wrote:
> I fully agree, and sorry for my long silence. 
> As GNU Health targets (also) health facilities in resource-limited setting, 
> we cannot expect any best practice triage nurse reception setup. More often 
> than not, it will just be a clerk who acts as receptionist, and that perdonn 
> should only have access to patient core data.
> Thanks a lot! 
> Chris
> -------- Original Message --------
> From: Chris Zimmerman <address@hidden>
> Sent: May 29, 2015 7:53:23 AM GMT+07:00
> To: Luis Falcon <address@hidden>, "Cédric Krier" <address@hidden>, "Christoph 
> H. Larsen" <address@hidden>, Chris Zimmerman <address@hidden>, address@hidden
> Subject: [bug #35461] Privilege Separation for Patiet Registration
> Follow-up Comment #9, bug #35461 (project health):
> Hiya Luis!
> Sorry about late response, I've been traveling and the internet was expensive
> and heavily-restricted there.
> I think the recent commits to restrict all the gyneco, socio, and lifestyle
> fields from the frontdesk user by default should address the main concern.
> Previously, the default installation for the frontdesk user *was able* to see
> the patient medical history, specifically gyneco, socio, and lifestyle fields.
> That seemed unintended. Hehe.
> Regards,
> C
> PS: I did give the suggested solution (separate models) an attempt but the
> only relationship that makes sense is a 1-1 (somewhat ugly). You'd also have
> to redo the patient view considering the view-model restrictions.
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