Adaptation, Design And Implementation Of An Online Health System Using B/S Model And JSP Technology In Federal Medical Center Azare Nigeria
Abubakar Ado, Ahmed Aliyu, Zhongwei-he
Index Terms: Adaptation, B/S Model, Design, JavaServer Pages, Modules, Online Health, Survey, Web Server.
Abstract: Online health systems have become more popular in recent years by means of incorporating modern computer and telecommunication technologies into health system and objectives to facilitate patient need. In this paper we develop a web-based application that will minimize all paper works and manual records keeping, therefore allowing doctors and staff ease in keeping track of patients medical record, reducing patient's waiting time and increasing the number of patients served and also we presents a study on the assessment of the acceptability of implementation of an online health system in Nigeria's health sector. The evaluation utilized questionnaires to collect information from doctors, Staff and users. The system is design using B/S structure and JSP technology which are frequently used in web-based applications, and discuss how to program in JSP to implement the system in detail, especially the method of database access and data storage in a typical online health system. Practices prove that our online health system works well which is fully automated, user-friendly, time effective, efficient and improved content.
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