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Welcome! | Reply
Designers,

Welcome to "VA PseudoVet - Wireframe Componentes Challenge". I'm chekspir and I will be your copilot on this challenge.

We have a very interesting problem to explore on this challenge. Please read the requirements carefully and let me know if you have questions.

Good luck!
Re: Welcome! (response to post by chekspir) | Reply
Is it possible for you to add a scenario? Who is the user / user group - some info about their profiles. Some examples of morbidity configuration/ diagnosis.

"We need to see intuitive and easy to use "wireframe concepts" that will let us design and build the final web user interfaces on the next stage of this project."

If this is in series to an earlier challlenge, then a link to the earlier challenge may also help. Thanks.
Re: Welcome! (response to post by nPixel) | Reply
nPixel, here's the basic scenario of how this application will be used:

The user is a developer for an EHR (Electronic Health Records) system. As part of setting up a development or test environment, the developer needs realistic data. Since dev/test environments tend to be less secure, the developer is unable to use data from a production system. As such, our system will need to produce realistic, but fake data to allow the developer to import into their various environments.

As for the morbidity/diagnosis configurations, we expect that the developer will be using ICD-10 codes:

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ICD-10

A later requirement of the app will be that by selecting a war era, the list of diagnosis codes will be pre-populated based on known codes for that war era. For example, a veteran of a war in which gas was used, will probably suffer from lung and nervous system related issues. There are codes in the ICD-10 standard that deal with these and the system will pre-load the appropriate codes. The developer, however, may wish to add/delete codes to better configure the data for their specific purpose.

For the wireframes, we do not expect you to know the ICD-10 codes or their relationships to different war eras. We just want an area built to allow the configuration of these codes. For now, you can just use some commonly known names and best guess at related issues.

Hope this helps!
Re: Welcome! (response to post by dweaver) | Reply
Hi, I have a question:

What do you mean when you say:
A later requirement of the app will be that by selecting a war era, the list of diagnosis codes will be pre-populated based on known codes

You say "a later requirement will be.." as if this was a think to do in the future (maybe another contest) or as an option but this is written as a requirement in contest details meaning that it's expected to select a war era at first. Is this correct? So, can we consider the flow as it is written like this begins by selecting a war era? This is a critical point that conditions next flow and should be well understood...

Thanks in advance
Re: Welcome! (response to post by f0rc0d3r) | Reply
My thinking was that for the wireframes, I wouldn't expect you to know what codes pertain to which war era. But we do need to start the flow with the selection of a war era.

Does that make sense? The "later requirement" will be related to knowing which codes to pre-populate, etc.
Re: Welcome! (response to post by dweaver) | Reply
yes, understood

thanks!
Re: Welcome! (response to post by dweaver) | Reply
Thanks
Re: Welcome! (response to post by dweaver) | Reply
Had a question regarding population configuration, when a user configures a population - do they select number of people to include in their data set or the areas/locations to include in their data set?
Re: Forum "VA PseudoVet - Wireframe Componentes Challenge" has been updated by mishql (response to post by mishql) | Reply
They select the size of the population, but geography will be randomized.
Re: Welcome! (response to post by dweaver) | Reply
I have a questions:
According to the second sentence of the Challenge Summary - this system creates and updates realistic and dynamic synthetic patient data.
So should we include work flows for updating the data set? Or is that out of the scope of this challenge?
Re: Forum "VA PseudoVet - Wireframe Componentes Challenge" has been updated by Jessamine_Z (response to post by Jessamine_Z) | Reply
Probably bad wording on our part. The "updating" is actually the system
aging the data as appropriate.

For example, if you create a dataset that spans 50 years, the system will
generate 50 years worth of doctor checkups, desiese profiles, etc.
Re: Forum (response to post by dweaver) | Reply
Thank you for clarifying this!

However, would there be some mechanism for users to update their data set?
For example, if an app developer had a data set from PseudoVet for an early phase of app development, and requires a data set with larger population size for next development phase, would he be able to update his existing data set, or should he create a new data set?
Re: Welcome! (response to post by chekspir) | Reply
Once the configuration is done, what would be the output? Will the data be generated and stored in a database ? What does the user see on submitting the data configuration request ?
Re: Forum "VA PseudoVet - Wireframe Componentes Challenge" has been updated by picachui (response to post by picachui) | Reply
The output will be a collection of files stored locally.

The generation could take some time, so a screen to help the user
understand this would be needed.
Re: Forum "VA PseudoVet - Wireframe Componentes Challenge" has been updated by Jessamine_Z (response to post by Jessamine_Z) | Reply
Excellent question. For now let's assume this will be one-time generation.
This will avoid the complexities of trying to update/maintain data.
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