thanks @spencer-phil , the NHS CUI effort was certainly one of the influences behind this work.
Aspects of PulseTile have certainly been crafted with CUI compliance in mind, eg Patient Banner.
The time I spent at NHS CfH/NPfIT (inc connections to the CUI team there) led me to a few key conclusions
1) there is a strong argument for a CUI in healthcare (just like renting a car and finding common usability patterns , you should find the usability of EHRs pretty consistent etc)
2) publishing any UI standards as standalone standards will get you part of the way there, but you need an open source reference implementation of an open standard . CUI suffered from this gap imho , it had 1 Silverlight implementation that I can recall . Without that what you find in CUI is a range of good ideas from a UI perspective but nothing that shows how they could work together and so imho some of the components are somewhat overdone in parts and hard to work into an overarching UX/UI framework
I'm new as well and just starting to install everything. As I was looking through the documentation (very nice work) I didn't see a patient scheduling module. Is there a scheduling plugin?
@ricocos84 There is an events tile, http://docs.pulsetile.com/react-admin-events.html
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