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Greasemonkey Scripts for export and import of Patient Charts

Project to transfer complete patient records from one OSCAR server to another
ExcellerisLabExporter.xml.txt, an OSCAR Report Template
To be used in combination with ExcellerisAllExport.user.js.txt - From Darius Opensource --- In combination, they allow the Excelleris lab xml files to be rebuilt for a given patient. It seemed to me that it would be convenient to first devise a means to export/import Excelleris labs without changes to the server. So here is an option to that end. Tested on 17 ESR and 24 ESR. It works on 17 ESR but to save the export, requires right clicking and "Save Link As..." In 24 ESR, clicking the export links should offer to save them with user friendly names. ---- On the receiving end --- the receiving care provider would go to the inbox and click on HL7 lab upload. Then on the page that opens up they would browse and select the file, choose lab type excelleris and click upload the lab.
ExcellerisAllExport.user.js.txt, a Greasemonkey script.
To be used in conjunction with ExcellerisLabExporter.xml.txt, an OSCAR Report Template --- the .txt must be removed from the end of the file name and the script saved as .user.js in order for it to run as a greasemonkey script. --- From Darius Opensource --- In combination, they allow the Excelleris lab xml files to be rebuilt for a given patient. It seemed to me that it would be convenient to first devise a means to export/import Excelleris labs without changes to the server. So here is an option to that end. Tested on 17 ESR and 24 ESR. It works on 17 ESR but to save the export, requires right clicking and "Save Link As..." In 24 ESR, clicking the export links should offer to save them with user friendly names. Darius. --- On the Receiving End --- the receiving care provider would go to the inbox and click on HL7 lab upload. Then on the page that opens up they would browse and select the file, choose lab type excelleris and click upload the lab

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