This is the original ReqCheck Project, developed by the Code for America's 2016 Kansas City, Missouri (KCMO) Fellowship Team in collaraboration with the KCMO Health Department.
This project references requirements from the CDC in order to evaluate a patient's vaccine record. The evaluation will say whether a patient is 'up to date' or 'needs vaccines'.
This project is a prototype, and has limited functionality. It can currently tell between a up-to-date and non-up-to-date records. However, it is unable to evaluate records currently in the midst of a check up schedule.
This project exists to enable healthcare professionals to evaluate a vaccine record with the up to date CDC requirements.
The project was started after understanding the skilled resources necessary to evaluate a patient's record, and recognizing the benefit for a health clinic's work flow if one is able to evaluate a patient's record from the moment they walk in. It is designed to be a simple tool usable by a health clinic's intake staff.
Ensure you are using Ruby version 2.3.1.
Ensure you have Rails 4 installed
Ensure you have Postgres 9.5.4 installed
Ensure you have Bundler 1.13.5 installed
RAILS_ENV=[development]— Environment variable to tell rails application which configuration to use
DATABASE_URL=[db connection string]
EXTRACTOR_NAME=[BasicAuth Name]— Basic Auth Name for accessing the DataImporterApi
EXTRACTOR_PASSWORD=[BasicAuth Password]— Basic Auth Password for accessing the DataImporterApi
Clone the Repo
git clone https://github.com/codeforamerica/ReqCheck.git
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bundle exec rake db:create; bundle exec rake db:migrate;
Seed the Database
This is not required, but will provide test data
bundle exec rake db:seed;
To get the local server going, use Rail's built in test server
bundle exec rails s
Running the tests
The project uses rspec for controller tests and unit tests.
The tests automatically seed the test database with all objects needed for the tests using Factory Girl
The project uses rspec combined with capybara for feature tests (also known as end to end tests).
rspec spec ./spec/features
Although 3rd party packages are not guaranteed to ensure your app is secure, it is a good idea to run a code security analyzer. For this, we use Brakeman
- First, cd into your repo (
- To install, run
gem install brakeman
Coding Style Tests
- First, cd into your repo (
- To install, run
gem install rubocop
This project will be fully hosted once configuration of the servers are completed so that they are in compliance with HIPAA.
PLEASE NOTE: This application does not guarantee HIPAA compliance. It is the responsibility of the implementers to ensure it passes their HIPAA compliance standards. The developing team and organization assumes no responsibility for this.
The development specifics can be found in the following files:
Please read CONTRIBUTING.md for details on our code of conduct, and the process for submitting pull requests to us.
- Rachel Edelman - Design & Frontend Development - Github
- Kevin Berry - Development - Github
- Jessica Cole - Project Management - Github
??Also a special thanks to Ben Golder for his mentorship on this project??
See also the list of contributors who participated in this project.
This project is licensed under Code for America's copyright. Please see the License file
Thank you to our funders and the Code for America staff for their support. Without this support, this project would not have been possible.
- Health Care Foundation of Greater Kansas City
- The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation
- Reach Healthcare Foundation
- ANY ADDITIONAL FUNDERS?
Also, thank you to everyone involved in the research and development
- The Staff at the Kansas City, Missouri Health Department
- The Center for Disease Control and Prevention
- Ben Golder
The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) outlines national security standards intended to protect health data created, received, maintained, or transmitted electronically.
To review what has been done, please visit the HIPAA Readme.
To be done: How to import a new group antigen import requirements Delete old ones Import new ones Run all the tests Overview of 3 separate components (api, algorithm, kcmohd frontend) Explanation of the database component (getting data out of the application)