Development of a Computerized billing system for Federal Medical Centre

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Abstract With many writers describing how patients queue up for hours in order to receive medical treatment and bills, and some end up being attended to as spillover, the analyst investigated the manual system in detail with the view of finding out the needs to automate the system. Subsequently a computer-aided program was designed to bring about improvement of the individual patients, taking the advantage of computer speed, storage and retrieval facilities. The software designed will take care of patients, billing, treatments and payments. Making the transition from manual to computerized billing can transform the way a medical, dental or veterinary practices handles its procedures as well as its data. Because of the extent to which payment and payment processing rely on electronically transmitted information, you may look to a computerized billing system before you consider digitizing all the records in your practice. This system offers potentially valuable advantages, along with some caveats that bear consideration before you invest in them. The structured system analysis and design methodology is used in the process of this work. The waterfall model adopted because of its step by step nature.

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Development of a Computerized billing system for Federal Medical Centre

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