Open Source Clinical Application and Resource Conestoga Health Service OSCAR EMR Implementation Introduction: Canada is always trying to do better in health services. With a similar vision, Conestoga Health services -which provides health care services mainly to the students- is now developing a plan to include the Open Source Clinical Application and Resource (OSCAR) in their service. By implementing OSCAR, the office will enhance its workflow in a paperless atmosphere. OSCAR is an open source electronic medical record (EMR). It was developed by the doctors and staffs of the McMaster University. It was primarily built for primary health care service providers. OSCAR supports all the necessary functions to run a small medical practice, such as patient registration, client scheduling, electronic billing etc. Conestoga College chose this system as the software is free, open-source, user friendly and more importantly to honour and strengthen the existing relationship between McMaster University and Conestoga College. A group of students is working on this project. I will try to create a business case for OSCAR’s implementation. In addition, I will try to answer the following questions: - Will doctors be able to see more patients per day? - What are the potential returns on the investments (ROIs)? - What business risks are related to the implementation
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The user requirements are what the client expects the software to be able to do.
They would tell the programmers what they need the program to do and what they also want the program to do. It is then the programmer’s duty that they make sure that they satisfy the user’s needs. (Courage & Baxter, 2005)
Later on in the testing stage of development life cycle, it will be crucial that it is tested that the user requirements are met and are fully functional.
1.1.2 What does Jusdrive want?
Jusdirve the company is question, are demanding an app that as both uses for the instructor and the students for the progression of driving lessons.
The CEO, Justin Godfrey, will be seeking for features that can produce an app that will excel as well as suprass expectation and competition, vcraeting an app with both necessary and helots features imarative ti the apps function. This section willl therefore be the documentation of discussuin between the developer and the CEO Justin Godfrey to create a better understanding of what is needed and wanted from the app, that woill provide an Nordict that JusDrive will want to align their brand name with.
A desire and want from the app is to include a fully working dash cam feature, that will allow the students and instructor stop record, maintain and analyse at a later date their driving lesson, which the CEo Mr Godfrey believes will facileaet the aid the steady progress of the students, with a potential to help them pass their tests sooner, it will help identify and outline key issues that need improving, and allow to better communicate wit the instructor of visual reproduction of the lesson that took lace at specific date, despite it not being quintessential for the app during deleievry, it is a want that will have to be discussed over the success of the app.
A feedback and reviews section for the app is also a want by the CEO, to allow integration with social media channels and directories such as yell.com and Facebook, allowing for a wider target audience to be reached should they recover positive feedback, which also isn’t compulsory to be added, hover the addition of this feature in essence improve the brand image of JusDrive attracting new customers to learn and progress with their company, the feedback and reviews section also allows the company to easily monitor and organise issues with the app, as well as providing a tsreamlined channel for the users of the app to communicate potential issues needing to be rectified with the softwaree, in an easy to use, simple process.
1.1.3 What does Jusdrive need?
Strict requirements will need to be adhered to in order to ensure proper delivery and running of the app, including legal reasons such as adhering to data protection laws, for example a secure system whee databases have been encrypted, as well as the garner function of the app, which require basic and simple features which collectively will deliver a more satisfactory experience when using the app on .....[read full text]
Less time is spent on documentation and more time is spent on the design phase meaning time is saved.
The disadvantages of this model are:
Due to less time being spent on documentation, errors and problems may arise which were initially not though about. this would then need to be solved leading to more money needing to be spent.
1.2.8 suitable tasks for models (M1)
Each methodology has certain tasks which it is best suited for, so in this section I will discuss the best projects which the methodologies are best suited for.
The prototype methodology is best suited for tasks which involves there having to be frequent communication with the client.
This is mostly used for tasks such as web interfaces where communication must be made frequently to make sure the client gets what they want. For Jusdrive this model wouldn’t be a bad model use because for a new application being produced like the one being made for Jusdrive would need regular communication made to make .....
I have specified sufficient information on each aforementioned models for the utilisation of application development.
Decisions must be taken personally by which option would be the best for the case of the new app that Jusdrive is spearheading the development.
In the subject of the company Jusdrive, the decision has been taken by myself to use the Agile methodology which, in my opinion, is best catered to the wants and needs for the company.
The main justification for this decision is due to the fact this project is being developed from the ground up, requiring new technology, skills and communication to develop an app. Using this methodology brings constant and updated improvements to the app ensuring any issues during development stages can be rid of quickly and efficiently whilst also maintaining strong communication with stakeholders, ultimately resulting in a final product that satisfies and exceeds the expectations Jusdrive has for the app.
The prototype methodology was not chosen in case of the development of the app Jusdrive is requiring due to the fact the resulting factor of this particular method is not a final product that can be del.....