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Design and Implementation of an Electronic Patient Management System

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Design and Implementation of an Electronic Patient Management System.

ABSTRACT

This study makes clear that a thorough exploration of users needs before building the system, using qualitative research methods may be crucial because it can prevent data mismatch and maximize the chance that the eventual management system meets its most important aim.

To enhance patient’s empowerment and improve the quality of care services. In order to handle this, I decided to introduce a new an electronic patient management system for patients. The project dwells more on Computer duty schedule.

This is implemented with Visual Basic programming 6.0 language and Microsoft Access for effective information keeping.

TABLE OF CONTENT

Title page……i
Certification….ii
Approval………iii
Dedication…..iv
Acknowledgment….. v
Abstract….vi
Table of content….vii

CHAPTER ONE INTRODUCTION

1.1 Introduction……1
1.2 Statement of Problem….6
1.3 Objectives of the study…7
1.4 Significance of the Study….8
1.5 Scope of Study………9
1.6 Definition of Terms…9
1.7 Project work Organisation..11

CHAPTER TWO: LITERATURE REVIEW

2.0 Literature review………12
2.1 Patient Management System…….14
2.2 Types of an Electronic patient Management system…16
2.2.1 Nursing Information System ………16
2.2.2 Physical Information System…….16
2.2.3 Radiology Information System……17
2.2.4 Pharmacy Information System…….17
2.3 Benefits of Hospital Information System………18
2.4 Development and Future of Electronic Patient Management System…….20
2.5 Features of Electronic Patient Management System…………………21

CHAPTER THREE: SYSTEM DESIGN AND METHODOLOGY

3.1 Methodology…22
3.2 Method of Data Collection……..22
3.2.1 Primary Source……..22
3.2.2 Secondary Source…….23
3.3 Analysis of the Existing System 23
3.3.1 Input Analysis……….25
3.3.2 Process Analysis……..25
3.3.3 Output Analysis………..25
3.4 Limitation of the Existing System…26
3.4.1 Justification For the New System……26
3.5 System Design…………..27
3.5.1 Input design and Specification…28
3.5.2 Information Flow Diagram………34
3.6 Database Design………35
3.7 System Flow Chart…………..39
3.8 Program Flow Chart…….41
3.9 Top Down Design of the System..45
3.9.1 Registration Subsystem…….46
3.9.2 Department Form Subsystem……..47
3.9.3 DBMS Subsystem………..48
3.9.4 Report Subsystem………..49

CHAPTER FOUR: SYSTEM IMPLEMENTATION, TESTING AND INTEGRATION

4.1 Choice of Development tools……50
4.1.1 Operating System…….50
4.1.2 Visual Basic 6.0………….50
4.1.3 Microsoft Access………….51
4.2 Hardware and Software Requirement…….52
4.2.1 Hardware Requirement…………..52
4.2.2 Software Requirement……….52
4.3 System Implementation…….…53
4.4 System Testing……62
4.4.1 Unit Test………63
4.4.2 System Test…….63

CHAPTER FIVE: SUMMARY, RECOMMENDATION AND CONCLUSION

5.1 Summary……..64
5.2 Limitations……………65
5.3 Recommendation….…65
5.4 Conclusion…………….66
5.5 BEME………..67
Bibliography………68

INTRODUCTION

An Electronic Patient Management System is any tool used to assist in the delivery of clinical care from point of care initiation to completion.

Tools include computer-based attendance scheme for patient, payment processing software and information 14 technology systems, blood group and genotype to avoid test result mismatch of data.

Electronic based attendance scheme for Patients is used by hospital to create process and record their attendance scheme for patient’s information.

This system is used to calculate the nurse punctuate to work. It’s an effective tool in the hands of the hospital management.

BIBLIOGRAPHY

Arnett, K. and Posey, A. (1986), A strategy for the successful implementation of online scheduling. The Journal of the American Association of Collegiate Registrars, 61, (3), 169-74.

Lisker, P. (1987 July 14), Online registration a first at Ohio State. PC Week, 4, (28), 36.

Lonabocker, L. and Long, R. (1983), Cross registration at Boston College: a successful online approach. College and University, Fall, 58-70. Social Factors and Online Registration 18 University of the Pacific

Thomas, P; Carswell, L. and Price, B. (1998). A historic approach to supporting distance learning using the internet: transformation, not translation. British Journal of Educational Technology, 29, (2), 149-61.

Shulman, Richard (2002), Thinking Ahead. Patients Check-up and Treatment.

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