NOSH ChartingSystem

A new open source health charting system for doctors.

Live Demonstration

Click here for the live demonstration (http://demo.noshchartingsystem.com:444/nosh)

Provider User Level Login: demo_provider

Assistant User Level Login: demo_assistant

Billing User Level Login: demo_billing

Patient Portal user: demo_patient

Password (for all accounts): demo

Disclaimer:  all printing functions will not work since the demonstration site is hosted on a non-secure server.  By default and for good reason, NOSH ChartingSystem requires installation on a secure server with the HTTPS protocol turned on for printing functions to work correctly.

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30 thoughts on “Live Demonstration

  1. Nice start, well thought out.

  2. I cannot get the live demo to work. When I log in, the same screen shows up, but with login and password cleared. Is it still working for you?

    • Thanks for letting me know. I reset the password, it appears another demo user managed to change the password from the dashboard. For future demo users, please do NOT change the password.

  3. Hey that was pretty slick, made me want to use a tablet for quick slick box picks. ( say that fast)
    does it work on android tablet?

    • I haven’t tried it on an Android tablet, but theoretically, it should; I can use it to tap on the buttons on my Android smartphone; the obvious problem with that is the screen size and the code isn’t optimized for mobile; but that’s one of the upcoming features I’d like to do in the near future.

  4. And it was fairly quick and responsive, but I lost connection to your server once.
    But then i refreshed the page (running Win 7 & IE9) and could continue.
    If it was installed locally on my server, that would not be a problem.
    So if data is stored locally it can be backed to the cloud I assume.

    how do you view the entire encounter document – to send to consultant for example?

    • Yes, data is stored locally on the server that NOSH ChartingSystem is installed. If you have documents (in PDF), those are stored on a directory (separate from the database) that you designate when you install NOSH.

      NOSH is highly dependent on Javascript on the client side. I’ve had instances where IE doesn’t cooperate at random times; I suspect that may also be why you may have lost the connection during a command. On the login page, I’ve recommended that NOSH be used on a browser such as Firefox, Chrome, or Safari; only because their implementation of their Javascript engine is more consistent and standard than IE in my experience.

      To view the entire encounter (when it is not signed yet), there is a preview button on the top above the tabs. If the encounter is signed, you view the encounter by clicking on Encounters on the patient chart menu, and click on the encounter in the grid that appears. A window appears and will show you the entire encounter (you just can’t edit it anymore, for obvious reasons).

      To send the encounter to a consultant, you click on Print in the patient chart menu, and there you can print out one or multiple signed encounters along with any other ancillary documents if need be and you can either print it as a PDF or send it via fax.

  5. OK I tried demo on my Acer A500 tab. Problems with: tap and double tap zoom screen; screen size changing; pop up keyboard does not always rise when in typing field; pop up to create signature – draw field would not line up. But I was able to navigate thru demo

  6. Thank you for your feedback. NOSH ChartingSystem optimized for mobile and tablet user interfaces is in the works. NOSH was, from the beginning, designed for a desktop screen resolution. Obviously, some features (like hover overing and getting info) will never work in mobile or tablet format. This will be a chance to hear from others what they would like to see in the future in terms of user friendly design for mobile applications!

  7. ok i used my laptop with Ubuntu on it and firefox as the client for the demo and it worked very well.
    no financial data in the demo so we can’t really see how the billing, posting of payments and reconciliation will work.
    but it was very fast and smooth on this laptop ( a recent Dell Vostro , firefox browser)

    So, to run my office i would need a server running NOSH to hold all my pt data; and then desktop / laptop / tablet clients in my exam room and office. Any fairly modern server would do?
    thanks

    • The answer is, yes. In fact, what I’m using right now that you are seeing on the demo is on a server that has a Intel quad-core processor (it’s 5 years old!) So, even if you get a used server that was developed in the past decade, you are probably fine. The server should not be used in conjunction as a desktop or for client usage (just so that if something crashes by the user, it doesn’t bring down the whole server). The minimum amount of RAM on the server is 512 MB and for storage space, 500 GB is the minimum. Most systems from the past 5 years should meet these requirements. Once the server is up and running, it should not need frequent rebooting or having inexplicable crashes (unless there’s a hardware failure going on). Hope that answers your question.

  8. Hi,

    I am an Paediatric Orthopaedic & Spine Surgeon from India.

    Saw you demo. Great work. Its well thought out.

    Like you I was not satisfied with the existing EMR that multiplied my work.
    So I started a similar project, called AuShadha at http://dreaswar.github.com/AuShadha/
    Please let me know what you think. All criticisms are welcome.

    I have my web site at http://dreaswar.com where I speak about this and my other software implementations along with my medical stuff.

    Cheers

  9. Good job. Didn’t spend much time with it but it was easy to use.

  10. GOOD JOB BUT I COULD NOT FIND THE DOCUMENTS CAN YOU PLEASE DESCRIBE

    • Can you clarify your question? Documents about NOSH such as installation, help documents? If your looking for patient documents on the live demo, there is none but you can upload a dummy pdf file to see how the document features work.

  11. I am trying your demo, but how can I enter the names of the mother and father of a pediatric patient?

    • To enter the names of the mother and/or father, open the patient’s chart. Click on Demographics. Under the Guardian heading, you can enter the pediatric patient’s name(s).

  12. Trying with the login and pass and no luck, Are they the correct ones_

  13. someone changed the password again xD, plz can you reset it ?

  14. hi shihjay,

    i was able to install this in an ubuntu desktop but a lot of errors keeps on coming like when your adding a patient.

    what is the best OS will this run best?

    thanks
    bong

    • Sorry Bong,
      There was a bug in a recent update that inadverdently disabled the documents directory field during the install. Your settings for the documents directory is incorrect. To fix this, log in as admin, click on Modify Practice Settings -> Practice Information -> Documents Directory
      The value of this should be: /noshdocuments/
      This is the default value if you kept everything unchanged during the initial install from Ubuntu. Make sure you keep the trailing slash at the end.
      Save and log out.
      If you have created new patients, you’ll be missing directories (that is where the errors are coming from).
      Go to your terminal where the server is and type in:
      cd /noshdocuments
      sudo mkdir 1
      sudo chown www-data:www-data 1
      sudo chmod 755 1

      1 refers to the PID of the patient (next to the patient name when you open the chart on NOSH) – make new ones (ie 2, 3, 4, etc) if you created more than one patient.
      That should fix it. Any new patients will work correctly once the documents directory is pointed in the correct directory as instructed.

      Michael

  15. curious if this is still an active project. i’m a tech-savvy pediatrician who has been nothing less than fed-up with virtually all of the commercial options out there (having tried several of them and wasted tens of thousands of dollars!). i’m duly impressed with your usability. common sense. flows like it was actually designed by a DOCTOR (hmm…imagine that concept!).
    if you’re still actively working on this, please reach out to me.

  16. Are you still developing this product ?

  17. extremely interested to know more but I couldnt watch the demo.. needed a password..

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