We continue to work on the next round of priorities for OpenELIS in Cote d’Ivoire, still focusing on supporting the full migration from Praline to OpenELIS in the Retro-CI laboratory.
Support of Migration at Retro-CI:
- Biological Validation slow loading – Worked on optimizing the load and search function within the biological validation screen
- Automatic Backups – Improvement to automatic backups and working with Justin on getting this working in production
- Duplicate lab values – Problem with duplicate values showing up after we performed the backfill of CD4 values
- Additional minor bug fixes as discovered and prioritized
This week we will be working on the following:
- Focus will continue to be on successful migration so we will be supporting Justin in migration from Praline to OpenELIS
- Hematology algorithm - Issue with the calculation of hematology
- Duplicate lab values – working to understand the cause of the problem and how to resolve
- Ability to delete or modify the study type after sample entry – this is a new feature requested due to users selecting the wrong study type when doing sample entry. Due to the study type effecting multiple areas of the workflow, we will be working on a good approach to solve this problem for users.
- Any bug fixes for Retro-CI – as needed
- Prioritizing and Estimating work/approach for resolving the next round of high priority items for Retro-CI – based on input from Dr. Kassi and Justin
- Synthesizing requirements and prioritizing work for release of CI LNSP OpenELIS