Presentation on theme: "Role of Responsibility of Local Community in Business Researchers: Dr. Rajendra Patil Prof. Rakhee Kelaskar."— Presentation transcript:
Role of Responsibility of Local Community in Business Researchers: Dr. Rajendra Patil Prof. Rakhee Kelaskar
Introduction Medical needs in Rapid growing population Introduction of IT in Local Community Hospitals Propose a computerized patient monitoring and billing system in Local Community Hospitals for the subject research
Objectivies of the Study The objective of the study is to develop a computerized patient monitoring and billing system, for the medical institution Local Community Hospitals to fasten the admission and discharging process of patients, and to provide automatic computation of one’s patient bills. To develop a system that will lessen the numbers of paper works and provide security of patient information and medical records of each patient
Scope & Limitations Adoption of computerized billing process in health care lags behind use of computers in most other sectors of the economy The study includes discounts and other privileges in the billing process. The peruse does not include the payroll of employees and the issuance of Birth Certificates. Using computers in health care can improve the quality and effectiveness of care and reduce its cost.
Significance of the study The significance of the study : – Local community hospitals – Employees – Patients.
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Conclusions & Recommendations Improving the quality of care through the use of computerized medical information systems which should not override the need to protect individual rights to privacy. Strong safeguards must protected confidentiality. Patient rights, provider rights, and other concerns are being addressed to prevent inadvertent disclosure or alteration of computerized medical records.