Your data needs to be safe absolutely safe! At least safer than using the conventional paper based system.
Most affordable software available at present can’t deliver this single most important item: loss of data is possible, in fact happens all the time in some systems. So what is the solution?
A system that runs on safe and stable multi-user platforms, is based on a “industrial strength” client-server database kernel with at least transaction logging, has the complete source code available including the source of the database kernel,
GNUMed will use encryption algorithms of the highest available standards. No concessions are made to regulations restricting the essential human right of privacy.
GNUMed stores all data encrypted so that even hardware theft does not give disallowed data access. GNUMed will provide software RAID mechanisms for those who can’t afford hardware RAID systems.
GnuMed will be most suited to doctors in community practice, especially general practice, but may suit others who provide a degree of comprehensive care (general internists, pediatricians, others).
GnuMed will operate on networks of a few to many users, and will support secure, remote access. GnuMed will also operate on a single computer, which makes it possible to initially examine the software, and may suit doctors or nurse clinicians serving rural or disadvantaged areas with limited infrastructure.
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The key product features of GnuMed are:
The data in GnuMed will be stored in a multi-user relational database management system (RDBMS) in the proven industry standard format. GnuMed will be an independent database provider (IDP) with a strong IDP OIF (Open Interface Framework). The GnuMed database kernel will be Java based and will fully scale to multi-users on massively parallel architectures.
GnuMed will use modern encryption algorithms and a range of security technologies to keep the data from security breaches. Most of the RDBMS management functions will be secure for user interaction.
GnuMed will provide a secure electronic medical record for all the data in the system. The secure data and medical record will be maintained in a consistent platform.
GnuMed will use a medical language translation system to ensure medical data can be shared with a range of other applications.
GnuMed has an ambition to achieve one of the highest levels of standard SQL on the market today. It will use proven SQL statements to store and retrieve data.
GnuMed will be able to add new medical entities, procedures, and clinical guidelines to the database. These will be identified by controlled vocabulary.
GnuMed is expected to provide these basic features by the end of 2009:
GnuMed will have a fully scalable multi-user database that will be secure.
GnuMed will also provide secure remote access for users on the LAN and from anywhere in the world.
GnuMed will provide an electronic medical record that will allow all data to be shared electronically from anywhere.
GnuMed will enable and ensure standard medical data formats to be shared between doctors, hospitals, general practitioners, and other medical and allied professionals.
GnuMed will be open source so that it can be scrutinised in the community.
GnuMed will be build from an actual production environment and so provide data to support the development.
GnuMed will be built to last for more than 10 years.
GnuMed will be built for research and security in safety, robustness, security, stability, and most importantly data integrity.
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GNUMed For Windows 10 Crack will provide a distributed networked medical management system, and it will have at least an application layer based on the Infobahn™ network protocol.
GNUMed 2022 Crack will also provide a kernel based on the existing Good “unix” distributed database kernel. This kernel will be fully supported by Good in providing:
secure transaction logging
secure access to the database
access to multiple databases running on multiple hardware machines
access to system specific data (e.g. LDAP, Microsoft)
searching the database
partial access to external data (e.g. file servers)
access to the system by other servers (e.g. other application servers)
access control to databases and files
Full backup and restore of data
File security (includes removal of data after x days)
The Good environment which is based on the Good distributed database kernel also provides the control mechanisms
The GnuMed server will read the data to be entered in from a paper based medical management system, and form the unique file name of the patient data on the network.
The GnuMed kernel reads all data including coded or encrypted data from this paper based system. This data will be input to the database.
The paper data of the patient will then be stored in digital form in “pseudo files”.
The GnuMed server will then go through the pseudo file system looking for the patient record. It will store this in the same way it will store the data written to the pseudo-file system.
The GnuMed server can then also access the pseudo-files on other machines and replace, update and store their data in the same way.
The GnuMed server will also pass the patient data to the Infobahn™ application which will then pass the data to the Infobahn™ network of servers. It should be noted that Infobahn™ uses a secure key based protocol for the application to another application, Infobahn™ is only used for GnuMed to GnuMed access.
An Infobahn™ server is a machine with the Infobahn™ software running on it, Infobahn™ includes but is not limited to:
A “peer to peer” application server which runs on the machine
A database server
A file server
A medical management program
A client application
A client application can communicate with the other applications by being able to open and communicate with its addresses, and Infobahn™ will make these addresses available.
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The Clue Train interface:
The Clue Train is the viewer user interface. It provides an easy to use, navigation system for browsing the database and interrogating the answers. The main pages are as follows,
The Main window displays key information, such as who is viewing the database, the date and time of last online, and its current size.
The options and buttons control the data interrogation and retrieval, and the text display.
The main display holds the latest question and answer pairs, which can be switched to the left or right.
The “Answer” buttons are used to answer any of the latest displayed questions, or switch to a new question,
The “Interview” buttons are used to ask the user questions and record their answers.
A Search window opens to show all the possible questions. Alternatively answers to questions can be entered and stored.
The text display is an up-down scrollable list of all questions and answers, along with any comments by the user.
The “Search Results” display shows the system’s current search for new questions.
The Database window is the primary data retrieval tool. It shows the current database, which is updated automatically by the live data feed. It is also the only window visible from the main menu.
The questions and answers displayed are based on the latest data feed, which may not contain every questions, or answers that were added to the Clue Train in the background. Therefore updates must be requested by the user.
The Interview window allows the user to ask question and record the answers.
The answer buttons are used to record the user’s answer to the question. When the answer is accepted, the questions are deleted from the database.
The interview transcripts are the only data that can be lost.
This would be the list of questions and answers. The main display would be of the latest question and answer.
This is the list of the user’s interviews.
This allows to search the questions in the database for new questions.
This would be the results of the next live data feed.
The results of the user’s previous searches are available in the search window.
This is the main menu page.
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The GnuMed database kernel is a multi-user, multi-tasking client-server database kernel designed from scratch to meet the highest standards of security, privacy, and stability, on a multi-user platform. The kernel will be based on Linux (Gnu GPL’d Unix) which will be standard on x86-based PCs; there is no reason to differentiate GnuMed on different hardware platforms.
GNUMed is implemented on top of a very stable and secure version of MySQL (GPL’d MySQL) that has been patched with RAID support. It uses the Linux iptables firewall which is flexible and well tested. An external RAID system can be added.
All software implementing GnuMed will be available for review from the available FTP site. If GNUMed needs to be reviewed by reviewers, it is highly recommended that the software be distributed widely, so that anyone who can run the software can verify that it works.
GnuMed will come pre-packaged with a client that will mount the server filesystem and provide storage for local and remote access, and provide auto-browsing of server files.
Note: It is not possible to start working on the GnuMed database kernel until it has been distributed widely, so it is considered best to start with a demo version, and then move on to version 1.0 when the kernel is mature.
The GnuMed client and server will come in source code form, complete with the documentation, patches, and examples that will be needed by anyone wishing to follow the development of GnuMed.
The server will be completely free of charge, and the client will be $75/student.
GnuMed will use a multi-user, multi-tasking client-server database kernel designed from scratch to meet the highest standards of security, privacy, and stability, on a multi-user platform.
GnuMed will run on Unix, Linux, OpenBSD, or GNU/Linux, and the Linux kernel will be used.
The kernel will be an IPv6 capable implementation of TCP/IP. It will provide secure IP network routing for TCP/IP, be capable of running on both IPv4 and IPv6, and provide a connection layer for VPN systems, and an encrypted file system.
GnuMed will be available for the entire Unix/Linux distribution, including the GA Linux and BSD systems, and also available for the Debian GNU/Linux distribution.
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