Review of Related Literature
These are the studies and documentation that were gathered which can support the proposed system and will serve as an overview of the presentation of the system analysis. The remarks that have been gathered show the demand for this kind of software. It not just ease the burden of the users but also it gives the system consistency which only specialized software can provide. It includes the foreign and local studies. These data are important aspect in the development of the project. The following are the works the researcher have taken into consideration: Local Studies
Health system around the world are now facing a crisis of personnel shortage, low morale, and fading of trust. This has led to loss of health workers, weakening of health services, and erosion of public trust in the health system. For the enhancing and effectiveness support from the government must apply to them definitely. 1. Provincial Government of Bulacan District Hospital Information System (DHIS) The District Hospitals serve areas in the Province of Bulacan which are outside the catchment area of the Provincial Health Office, based in the City of Malolos . The DHIS was piloted in Rogaciano M. Mercado Memorial Hospital (RMMMH) in Sta. Maria, Bulacan in the year 2003. To date, all the other district hospitals in Baliuag (Baliuag District Hospital), Hagonoy (Emilio G. Perez Memorial District Hospital), Bulacan (Gregorio Del Pilar District Hospital), Calumpit (Bulacan Maternity and Children's Hospital), and San Miguel (San Miguel District Hospital), are starting to utilize the system in their daily operations. DHIS transforms the administration of the district hospitals under the Provincial Health Office from manual to digital. The system automates transactions, linking data entered at the Admission Section or OPD Department, the Pharmacy, Laboratory, X-Ray, Billing, Collection and Records Section. Inventory and supplies data are entered at the Supply Section. Because the system uses an integrated database, it reduces the volume of redundant paper files kept in separate locations within the District Hospitals. The centralized database also makes it easier for users to process and retrieve data. The DHIS thus enables the hospital staff to deliver services faster in a more organized manner, more accurately, and more conveniently. They can now process data and provide feedback to clients. The automation has also decreased the time spent by staff on their routine work. The DHIS provide a number of support services, Entry of Incoming Supplies, Requests, and Issued Supplies, Patient's Bill, Accomplishing Patient's PhilHealth Form. Compared to MSVH Record and Billing System include administrative services relating to personnel, supplies, inventory, and finances. The staff maintains an inventory of medical supplies and medicines. The billing section computes bills for patients. These support services require an organized management and presentation of data, accuracy in recording, computation, and reporting, and convenience of use.
2. Medical Center Manila Nursing Services Monitoring System
Medical Center Mania (MCM) is a 250-bed tertiary hospital, licensed by the Department of Health and accredited by the Philippine Health Insurance Corporation. Managed and operated by Hospital Management Services, Inc. (HMSI), MCM was established in 1967 by a group of distinguished physicians who were graduates of the University of the Philippines-Philippine General Hospital (UP-PGH), headed by Nobel Prize Nominee and National Scientist for Nuclear Medicine Dr. Paulo C. Campos, made possible with the whole hearted support of Mrs. Soledad Lirio Dolor and Mrs. Josephine Murphy-Cojuangco. The Nursing Services Monitoring System will feature a network of computers that transmit and receive scheduled of nursing services. Access to the system is limited through password for ever user and user domain. A...
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