Copy consent information to multiple cases
|Reported by:||Nicklas Nordborg||Owned by:||Nicklas Nordborg|
There are some use-cases where it would make sense to duplicate the consent annotations on both cases. One example is the bi-lateral case:
There are two batches with specimen tubes and two case numbers, but there is only one consent form with a case number randomly chosen from one of the cases.
This affects the 'Consent form registration wizard'. If personal information for the given case exists, it should check if there are other cases for the same patient and display a check box (enabled by default) for duplicating the consent annotation to the other case.
It also affects the 'Personal information registration wizard'. If the patient already exists, it should check if there is consent information registered for the other case and display a check box (enabled by default) for duplicating the consent information to the new case.