I want to export a human readable patient visit history from OpenEMR 5.0.2 Patch 4 on Debian. From researching this, it seems I should export as a CCDA file and then convert that to a PDF. I have enabled the Care Coordination Module but when I run it I receive:
Carecoordination\Controller\EncounterccdadispatchController->socket_get(‘localhost’, ‘6661’, ‘<username…’)
If it expects something to be available on port 6661, does this mean additional software needs installing?
The “Z&H’s CCDA Module” documentation (https://www.open-emr.org/wiki/index.php/Z%26H’s_CCDA_Module) only gives this skeleton outline:
“Enter your Mirth settings:
The “Use the Carecoordination module” documentation (https://www.open-emr.org/wiki/index.php/Use_the_Carecoordination_module) doesn’t mention Mirth.
I read that I should use localhost for MirthIP.
I cannot find any other satisfactory info on how to setup the Coordination Module. I cannot find solid documentation on setting up Mirth, other than this:
“Integrating Mirth Connect with OpenEMR” Prepared byViSolve Inc., 11th January 2019
The following is enabled for Zend:
sudo a2enmod rewrite
Can anyone help please?