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Title: Online Appointment Management System for New Philip Hospital
Authors: Madushan, H.D D
Issue Date: 2017
Abstract: Abstract New Philip Hospital is a country’s leading hospital, situated in the heart of the Kalutara Town, which was established in 1955. They are well-known for their high quality health care services. New Philip Hospital don’t have their own Appointment management system currently. They use third party services to perform day to day appointment management activities. This process has few disadvantages. Since they are using 3rd party services, hospital has to pay for those service providers for their services and patients have to pay some extra money when they are booking appointments through these services. Another disadvantage is these systems do not provide all functionalities required by hospital since they are common systems. The new system going to help users in numerous ways. New system will offer patient records management, fast online and local payments, up-to-date and accurate records that will help and benefit to patients, doctors and system admins. Rational Unified Process model was chosen for the development methodology which supports Object Orientation and iterative development process. The system was developed using the PHP open source server side scripting language. Apache web server was chosen to run the system. MySQL Database Management System was used for manipulating and storing records.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/123456789/4106
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