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A Study on Automated Hospital Management System in Nigeria

Author(s) Saurabh Anand Thawrani, Shaifali Tripathi
Country India
Abstract This thesis underscores the critical importance of effective data management in the operational and survival aspects of contemporary hospitals. Acknowledging the imperative for continuous enhancements in this domain, the study recommends a proactive approach to explore and advance the existing hospital data management project by transitioning it to an online platform. This strategic move includes the implementation of robust security measures, particularly a secure access code system, to fortify the protection of sensitive information. The proposed transition aims not only to modernize the hospital's data management capabilities but also to establish a secure online infrastructure, guarding against unauthorized access and ensuring the integrity and confidentiality of critical healthcare data.
The thesis concludes with a comprehensive overview of the development process for the computerized system. A detailed survey of the existing system laid the groundwork for the meticulous design of a database application focused on facilitating the search and retrieval of patient folders. The anticipated automated hospital management system is poised to significantly enhance the overall efficiency of healthcare services for both nurses and doctors, introducing notable improvements such as reduced time spent on locating patient folders, increased accuracy, and timely record preparation.
Throughout the implementation phase, substantial efforts were dedicated to eliminating data redundancy and inconsistency, with a specific emphasis on enhancing the integrity of the stored data. The chosen software model, the waterfall model, provided a systematic and sequential approach to software development. Additionally, a structured design methodology was employed during the design stage to ensure clarity and efficiency.
Recognizing the sensitivity of healthcare data, the thesis rigorously addresses security concerns by incorporating robust measures into the computerized system. These measures are designed to prevent unauthorized access, safeguarding the confidentiality and privacy of stored data. This multi-faceted approach to system development underscores the commitment to delivering a robust, efficient, and secure automated hospital management system aligned with the evolving needs of healthcare professionals, guaranteeing top-tier levels of data integrity and security.
Keywords Healthcare Data Management, Online Platform Transition, Secure Access Code System, Automated Hospital Management System, Data Integrity and Security.
Field Business Administration
Published In Volume 6, Issue 2, March-April 2024
Published On 2024-04-01
Cite This A Study on Automated Hospital Management System in Nigeria - Saurabh Anand Thawrani, Shaifali Tripathi - IJFMR Volume 6, Issue 2, March-April 2024. DOI 10.36948/ijfmr.2024.v06i02.16057
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