Some practices go through the planning process and develop the selection criteria they wish to use.
Other practices begin by selecting an EHR system and then conduct planning to support the selected EHR system.
I'm an Apex novice - this is essentially the first new work I've done - and I'm trying to create a test class for a trigger that's intended to evaluate a Case record on insert or update, and set a boolean to true if any of the following criteria are met: The trigger itself seems to behave as expected, but I'm getting tripped up on the test class.
The first method seems OK, but I feel pretty certain that I'm not writing the other two (dealing with updates) properly.
The following are several considerations for EHR software comparison that the Regional Extension Centers (RECs) have found useful over the past several months: The following resources are examples of tools that are used in the field today, and that are recommended by “boots-on-the-ground” professionals for use by others who have made the commitment to implement or upgrade to certified EHR systems.
One year ago I blogged and presented about how to achieve this using workaround of custom lookup fields.Or does that look like an appropriate use of an insert, followed by an update?Whelp, that detour through Apex was (technically) unnecessary.Instead, you can update the counters atomically using classes.The above example first attempts at creation, then falls back to retrieval, relying on the database to enforce a unique constraint.