In what form do you want the final deliverable (documentation)?
Have you ever edited Wikipedia? If so, there is a “sandbox” to carry out experiments. Once happy, you can update a given page with the markup. If you’re not familiar, please study MediaWiki. The reason I mention Wikipedia is because OpenEMR’s wiki uses the “engine” that Wikipedia uses. It’s freely available and sort of user friendly.
Is there a link to download Chart Tracker? Basic Billing?
It’s all in the software. The easiest path to installing the software is on your own Windows computer via http://open-emr.org/wiki/index.php/OpenEMR_5.0.0_XAMPP_Package_Installation - let me know if you need help. Once you have it running, I can get on a Google Hangouts call with you to explain everything!
Do you have Ray’s contact info?
Yes. I can email it to you.
Do I need special access to get into these areas?
Yup. But it’s easy. Just request an account here: http://www.open-emr.org/wiki/index.php/Special:RequestAccount
You want me to list the features that don’t have wikis?
Not quite. I’m pointing out that there are features that don’t have wiki entries. Ideally, they should have full documentation coverage. This is a long term goal, of course. The very first thing for you to work on once you’re set up is the Chart Tracker. That should be a great introduction to everything.