Claims and Record keeping

Jan 19, 2009 at 2:44 PM
Edited Jan 19, 2009 at 3:19 PM
Would the CUI be appropriate for applications focused on entering medical claims and displaying insurance information? Having seen the demos, I really like the look, just wondering if it will function in the office doing more clerical type stuff as well as it does in the examination room.

I am also curious if this toolkit can be used to handle financial information and financial transactions (ie deposits and withdrawals) such as in a banking application?
Apr 14, 2009 at 1:59 PM

For user interface elements such as the entering and display of dates and a person’s name, the CUI guidance and toolkit may be just as appropriate in other applications as you describe, bearing in mind that the controls and samples are intended for ‘front-end’ user interfaces. The first scenario (Administration Demonstrator - find it here) visualises the management of bookings and schedules, and may give you an example of how it might be used in an administrative environment versus in a purely clinical one.<o:p></o:p>

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Regarding the handling of financial information and transactions - if you mean to ask if the toolkit controls also have a ‘back-end’ component to them which allow for the tracking or logging of financial transactions, then no, as that toolkit controls are for user interface layer.<o:p></o:p>