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For checking patient insurance enrolment on registration (in external Insurance Management Information System) status and submitting claims (managing patient billing)
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README.md

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openmrs-module-insuranceclaims

Description

For checking patient insurance enrolment on registration (in external Insurance Management Information System) status and submitting claims (managing patient billing).

The project WIKI page: https://wiki.openmrs.org/display/projects/OpenMRS+insurance+claims+module

Development

Install latest Docker.

To create or update a demo server run:

mvn openmrs-sdk:build-distro -Ddistro=openmrs-distro.properties -Ddir=docker
cd docker
docker-compose up --build

The server will be available at http://localhost:8080/openmrs

The --build flag forces to rebuild a docker image, if you are updating the server.

You can adjust ports in the .env file. If you want to remote debug add DEBUG=True in the .env file.

Installation

If you want to upload this module into OpenMRS instance then please follow

  1. Build the module to produce the .omod file.
  2. Use the OpenMRS Administration > Manage Modules screen to upload and install the .omod file.
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