Development of practical Patient Billing Software project (PBS) which has all the features so that it can be used by any hospital.
PBS is the team project and appreciated for completion of the project from IBM’s The Great Mind Challenge 2010 (TMGT-2010) contest.
All the project requirements are given by the TMGT contest and we abide by all the technologies they have suggested and provided to us as a part of TMGT contest.
The Team behind Development of “Patient Billing Software” Project:
Patient Billing Software is a team project developed by team JDev.
Mentored by Rajesh Mawale Sir (GCOEA, Amravati, India)
Systeme Management related functionality:
System Management by Hospital Receptionist:
Auditing Patient History:
ER diagram depicts the relation between database tables. The relationship between any two tables in the database is maintained by a common attribute entity (primary and foreign key mechanism).
The ER diagram is very useful to design a strong database schema.
There are two types of user. Based on the users, functionalities of the patient billing software are distinguished.
Hospital employees include receptionists, doctors, and nurses… They are responsible for using the Patient Billing Software.
The administrator is responsible for configuring the software based on hospital needs. For example, Administrator will configure PBS software by providing hospital detail like the name of the hospital, charges for various treatment, the total number of wards, etc…
The administrator is responsible for the one-time setup of Patient Billing Software for the hospital at the time of installation.
Programming Languages Used for Project Coding:
Patient Billing Software code is written in the following computer languages…
Software Tools Used for Development:
Below are the major tools we used for development.
As per the TMGT, we are only allowed to use IBM DB2 and it was new for us. But, we didn’t allow it to hold us back. After watching online videos and doing cumbersome Google search various, things were started rolling and getting the shape.
TMGT also provided us great support by providing IBM DB2 toolkit (CD version) and requirement guideline. documents.
Apart from college schedule and commitment, we, the team have to spend extra hours, grouping up together at one place and working late night. Coordination and mutual understanding is very important perspective, we learned.
Many times we contacted the TMGT mentor via email. Being in college this was the great thing happen to us. And it is so much important to have great communication throughout the project until the accomplishment.
At the various phase of the Patient Billing Software project, we communicated with the TMGT mentors. With them, we used to share project and progress detail, challenges we are facing, project SRC, flowchart, user case diagram…
And in the end…
We got certificate and appreciation from TMGT for project completion as the project stands out as per their requirement and guidelines.
Rajesh Mawale (Project Mentor)
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