OF THE CITY HEALTH OFFICE OF BAYAWAN
A Research Proposal presented to
The Faculty of Computer Science Department
College of Arts and Sciences
Negros Oriental State University,
Bayawan Sta. – Catalina Campus,
In Partial Fulfillment of the Requirement
For the Degree
Bachelor of Science in Computer Science
Kenneth Glenn Berangel
Godwin Enolpe Jr.
Rod Phillip Nocete
RATIONALE OF THE STUDY
The City Health Office is under the local government unit of Bayawan City. It is located with in the City Hall compound. It offers services among the residents of all Barangays of the city. The services include medical consultation, dental services, blood typing, sputum examination, platelets count, vaccinations, immunization, and offer transactions such as issuing of medical certificates and sanitary permits.
The City Health Office is composed of the following workers: medical technologists, nurses, midwives and utility workers that totaled to 27 personnel.
In terms of recording and retrieving patient’s medical records, the City Health Office uses manual system
Furthermore, the City Health Office uses materials such as folders and brown envelopes; filing them into respective drawers, dividers and cabinets.
In this connection, the researchers conducted their study in order to gather more information as basis for further improvement in their current system.
STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM
The researchers’ intension of conducting this study is to gather more information regarding the current recording system of Bayawan City Health Office particularly in storing and retrieving patients medical records, aiming to come up into a new process or system that best suits for the office and making this as their guidelines for their proposed project.
This study seeks the
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