Computer Based Patient Record System

Computer Based Patient Information System
(Project proposal)


Some people keep asking “What is the importance of patient record?” According to the main reason for maintaining medical records is to ensure continuity of care for the patient. They may also be required for legal purposes if, for example, the patient pursues a claim following a road traffic accident or an injury at work. For health professionals, good medical records are vital for defending a complaint or clinical negligence claim; they provide a window on the clinical judgment being exercised at the time. In general, records that are adequate for continuity of care are also sufficiently comprehensive for legal use.

Meeting the challenge of managing health care information depends on more than technological advances. The usefulness of any technology depends on how well it and its progeny are applied. In addition to technology, a study of the improvement of patient records must address how the use of those records might be improved, a question that raises potentially sensitive issues.15 "Improving records" and "improving clinical reasoning" are topics inevitably connected to one another because ideally the record reflects the clinical reasoning process. If better record systems are to be created in the future, the user must be recognized as part of the system, and the problem solving activities of practitioners must be examined.

So we created this kind of system that will solved the today’s problem that every manual clinic is facing. It will speeds up the  

In this chapter, we were tackling about the problem statement, the general and specific objective, the scope, the limitation and the methodology of the CBPIS.

Problem Statement
This system is developed based on the problems that occur from the current manual system.

  1. First is the current procedure is done manually. It doesn’t have a systematic and secure system that is organized the...