Tuy Municipal Health Center Information System

Lorissa Joana E. Buenas, Jenny Rose V. Caringal


Hospital Information System (HIS) is vital to decision making and plays a crucial role in the success of the institution. Computerization of the medical records and documentation has resulted in efficient data management and information dissemination for the users (Praveen Kumar A, Gomes L.A.)

The researchers decided to pursue this study in order to develop automated information system for Tuy Municipal Health Center that will help the institution on automating their day to day transactions. The proposed Tuy Municipal Health Center Information system will help the medical practitioners to fasten their recording of patient’s data to save time and effort. Because automation now is demanded, the researchers had chosen this institution for them to adapt the new technology for better and faster working. This study used the SDLC Waterfall Model where the gathered data undergone to different phases and obtained the needed results.The proposed information system improved the reliability and security of some confidential information of patients. It has great advantage because the medical practitioners can easily obtain the information anywhere through the use of the windows tablet which is networked to the host or server. The staff can easily identify the patient’s information from a card with an ID number written on it. The respondents have rated the system through the use of questionnaires and from that the researchers confirmed that it is highly acceptable for them.

Keywords: Tablet, Information System, Health Center, Hospital Information System

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