Joget No-Code/Low-Code Platform in a Non-Profit Laboratory Project for Doctors without Borders
Blog: Joget Unplugged
The first version of our Joget app was used as a demonstrator recently in Brussels during the first presentation of the Mini-Lab. It allowed exploring the different features of Joget.
The Mini-Lab team and Partners during the first demonstration of the Mini-Lab in Brussels (Feb. 2019, ©MSF)
Currently the project is in prototype phase. Our first field study will start over the summer 2019 in one of our field hospitals. The next step with Joget is to build the app that will be used by a team of three people, on the field, to collect data for a study on the analysis of blood samples. Joget allows us to tailor the process inside the app to that of the laboratory. Let us see how.
The process status formatter is also very convenient to follow the progress of the analysis of a single sample.
The process builder allows us to reproduce the decision tree the Lab technician has to follow. This is great because in the end it will help guide the technician through the different steps of the analysis. Moreover, we can also implement some interpretation algorithms, which are too complicated for one to master completely.
The use of JasperReports also has great benefit. It allows printing standardized PDF reports such as the bench sheet for the technician or the clinical report to the doctor. We also use it to print a series of labels that contain the barcode for each sample.
The ability of quickly building an app that meets our need makes Joget a precious resource for us. We are looking forward to collaborating more with Joget in the future. We will also share our work on the Joget Marketplace when it is stable and ready.