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Old 06-16-2019, 07:57 PM   #1
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Clinic software

Hello, i have graduated recently as a pediatrician, and i need clinic software. If anyone interested we can discuss tje points that must be included


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Old 06-17-2019, 03:26 AM   #2
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Re: Clinic software

Suggest you start with Google/Bing with criteria "pediatrician clinic software".
What do other doctors in your area use?
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Re: Clinic software

It is possible that someone on the forum has something they will sell to you. You might also find one or more members seeking to write a contract for creating such a thing as you request. However, normally this forum helps people with specific low-level technical issues. We are not generally a contractor hub or a product sales hub.

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Re: Clinic software

Creating your own software to be used in a professional environment urgently is a serious undertaking either if you do it yourself or you commission another.

Either way it is like writing a book - it is likely to take months at the least and is usually something that people come to slowly after a few years of searching for any alternative.

That holds for any language / platform

Writing your own software is the best and quickest way of learning how to code. So for non urgent tasks it can be really good for a beginner who has no particular pressures, no responsibilities but has the luxury of time, motivation and interest.

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