HOSPITAL MANAGEMENT SYSTEM WITH SPECIFIC REFERENCE TO ABC HOSPITAL LTD (No of pages: 96)

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TABLE CONTENT

CHAPTER   -1:                      INTRODUCTION

CHAPTER -2:                       PROBLEM INTRODUCTION

CHAPTER- 3:                       HARDWARE AND SOFTWARE

CHAPTER -4:                       DESIGN OBJECTIVES AND DATA FLOW DIAGRAMS

CHAPTER –5:                       DATABASE DESIGN

CHAPTER –6:                       FORM DESIGNS

CHAPTER –7 :                      CODING

CHAPTER -8 :                      IMPLEMENTATION

CHAPTER -9 :                      CONCLUSION

CHAPTER -10:                     REFERENCES

 

INTRODUCTION:

Hospital Management System is a tool that provides efficient services to its Patient. The various types of operations and dealings take places in the Hospital. But we had undertaken the work of Computerization of Generation of Hospital and Management which covers the activities related to Patient, Staff etc.  & All Types of activities corresponds to the Doctors, these operations was manually operated by the clerks and Operator and the operations were really time consuming task to perform. The present system will help them a lot.

OBJECTIVES:

  1. The objective of the hospital management system is consistent growth of the Hospital, through continual improvement in the processes.
  2. To provide quick, reliable, quality and error free service by making use of high end technology to ease the management of the patients.
  3. To help administration in efficient management of the organization very smoothly by achieving high competency.

PROBLEM STATEMENT AND LITERATURE REVIEW:

PROBLEM STATEMENT:

  • It requires an internet connection.
  • It requires large database.

LITERATURE REVIEW:

Design is an excat blueprint of what will be built & a basis for the configuration & content of that blueprint .The primary objective of the design is to deliver the requirements as specified in the feasibility report. Following objectives should be kept in mind: –

  1. Practicability:-

The system must be stable & can be operated by people of average intelligence.

  1. Efficiency:-

Good design should be efficient as it should properly use the scare resource of system. two of the important such resources are processor time & memory. An efficient system consume less processor time & memory.

  1. Cost: –

It is desirable to aim for a system with a minimum cost subject to the condition that it must satisfy all the requirements.

  1. 4. Flexibility: –

The system should be modifiable depending on the changing needs of the user, Such modifications should not entail extensive reconstruction or recreation of software. It should also be portable to different computer systems.

  1. 5. Security: –

This is very important aspect of the design & should cover areas as hardware reliability, fall back procedures, physical security of data & provision of detection of fraud & abuse.

 

  1. 6. Reliability:-

The end user will normally specify reliability requirements for a new system.these requirements may be expressed in terms of mean time between failure or mean time to repair or system availability.

  1. Correctness:-

Good design should correctly implement both ,all of the explicit requirements contained in the analysis model and all of the implicit requirements desired by the customer.

  1. Understandability:-

The design should be a readable , simple, understandable guide for those who generate code and for those who test and subsequently support the system.

  1. Modularity:-

It aims for composition of a problem into modules which results in reduction of complexity of the design solution.

  1. Completeness:-

Good design should cover all relevant data structures , modules ,external interface and module interconnection .

  1. Consistency:-

Design should follow consistency through the system. it aims that there is no inherent inconsistencies in the design.

  1. Verifiability:-

Concerned with  how easily the correctness of design canbe checked.

  1. Traceabiliy:-

Design should be traceable. traceable design aid design verification.

 

METHODOLOGY TO BE USED:

SOFTWARE AND HARDWARE REQUIREMENT TO BE USED:

Processor                                             :               Pentium 3 or higher processor

Operating System                               :               Microsoft windows 98 or xp

Ram Memory                                      :               64 MB

Monitor                                               :         VGA Monitor or high resolution Monitor

Hard Disk                                           :                  8.4 GB of free space required during               installation

Display                                                :                 VGA card

Keyboard                                            :                 104 keys

Mouse                                                 :                 True Mouse

Visual Basic                                        :                 6.0

Microsoft Access                                :              2003

FRONT END

VISUAL BASIC   has been developed by Microsoft. Visual Basic can use a large number of reference liabraries and components. Visual Basic –the environment-provides integration with a variety of other tools, including source code management, component reuse tools and data manipulation. Visual Basic truly is much more of a “programming environment” than just a language. using this environment ,a single developer can quickly create a simple application; a team of developers can create a so sophisticated, distributed application.

Features in Visual Basic 6.0

  • Data access
  • Internet features
  • Controls
  • Component creation
  • Language
  • Wizards

Visual Basic has evolved to be much more than a language-it is an application producing “machine” no other development environment on the planet provides as wide a variety of capabilities in the box as Visual Basic. Even though Visual Basic is much more productive than other tools, it also requires more discipline to produce clean design. A key to improving your programming technique is to embrace the capabilities to create classes and ActiveX  in Visual Basic.

 

BACK END:

A database is a collection of information that’s related to a particular subject or purpose, such as tracking customer orders or maintaining a music collection .If your database isn’t stored on a computer, or only parts of it are , you may be tracking information from a variety of sources that you have having to coordinate and organize yourself.

To narrow down the scope, four modules will be selected for the assignment. The modules are as follows:

1) Patient registration

2) IPD

3) OPD

4) Pathology lab

 

1) PATIENT REGISTRATION:   

As soon as a patient enters the hospital for first time he/she should get registered (irrespective of ipd or opd) .Information such as personal details, family details, etc is recorded and a registration id is issued. Every time a patient is treated at the hospital he/she will be referred by this number.

2) IPD:

Patient’s admission details such as reason for admission, ward details, operation details (if any), etc. are recorded whenever he/she is admitted.

3) OPD:

Consulting details of the patient will be recorded and a bill is prepared (including the services such as pathology lab availed by the patient)

4) PATHOLOGY LAB:

Pathology lab is used for both ipd and opd. Depending on the test prescribed, tests are performed and results are recorded. Also, the charges are included in the bill given to the patient.

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