STUDY OF MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS
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Dr. Sanjay MedhaviSuneet Saxena
M.B.A. (e-business) 2nd Semester Roll No. 48
DEPARTMENT OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
UNIVERSITY OF LUCKNOW
(SANJAY GANDHI INSTITUE OF MEDICAL SCIENCES)
Sanjay Gandhi Postgraduate Institute of Medical Sciences (SGPGIMS), Lucknow (India) is a University established under State Act in 1983. The Institute is located on a sprawling 550 acres residential campus at Raebareli Road, 15 km away from the main city. The institute offers its own degrees, which are duly recognized by the Medical Council of India. The Institute is rated amongst the top medical institutions in the country, delivering state-of-art tertiary medical care, super-specialty teaching, training and research. Dedicated faculty members endeavour to provide quality education, patient care and research and strive to meet the challenges and needs of the society. The institute offers 8 different post graduate programs in medicine and medical services: 1. DM
5. Post Doctoral Fellowships
6. Post Doctoral Certificate Courses (PDCC)
7. Senior Residency(Hospital Services)
8. Fellowships( Bio-statistics)
The institute has the following 23 departments:
5. Critical Care Medicine
6. Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgery
8. Endocrine Surgery
11. Medical Genetics
17. Nuclear Medicine
21. Surgical Gastroenterology
22. Transfusion Medicine
1.1Salient features of SGPGI Hospital
The hospital works as a referral hospital and patients are required to bring a referral slip from the referring physician. The referring physicians are requested to indicate the nature of patients' problem, the specialty at the Institute they wish to refer the patient to and the nature of help required from the Institute. The Institute hospital endeavours to work on an appointment system. Thus, the patients are expected to re-visit the Institute hospital only on appointed days, except in case of an emergency.
1.2Unique Facility for Investigations
The Institute provides facilities for some selected special investigations without the patients attending a clinical department.
2.NEED FOR INFORMATION SYSTEM
The management of the hospital was a cumbersome task , since it has 23 departments and a big work force and number of students pursuing postgraduate programs. To overcome this problem, the institute adopted the MANAGEMENT NFORMATION SYSTEM developed by the C-DAC the “e-Susrut” in the year 1998.
2.2MANAGEMENT INFORMATION SYSTEMS
Management Information Systems (MIS), sometimes referred to as Information Management and Systems, is the discipline covering the application of people, technologies, and procedures — collectively called information systems — to solving business problems. Management Information Systems are distinct from regular information systems in that they are used to analyze other information systems applied in operational activities in the organization. Academically, the term is commonly used to refer to the group of information management methods tied to the automation or support of human decision making, e.g. Decision Support Systems, Expert systems, and Executive information...