Design & Development of Web Based Medical Application for Hospital Management

  • Muntazir Mahdi Baidani
  • Shaista Khalid
  • Abyer Larik
Keywords: hospital; HMS; web based HMS; phases; modules


A hospital is a healthcare institution that treats patients with experienced medical staff and state-of-the-art
technology. The HMS executive’s framework empowers the administrator to viably deal with an association, i.e.
get ready patient arrangements, bills and clinical reports. The literature shows that the workflow in the hospital
is done manually. It has been pointed out that manual work produces many errors. Although it was not
centralized and not limited to one base. HMS attempt to cover the issues in HMS. A procedure for building up
an electronic medical clinic the board framework is formed and is separated into four stages. Step 1: Analyze
different existing HMS, Step 2: Design Web-Based HMS, Step 3: Develop Web-Based HMS, and Step 4: Deploy
Web-Based HMS. The following modules in this system include doctors, patients, nurses, receptionists,
laboratories and accountants. This article presents two phases, (analysis phase, design phase). During the
investigation stage, basic writing is inspected and studied at the city emergency clinic. In the plan stage, plan the
design of the venture. The framework comprises of two stages (examination stage, plan stage). It is intended to
execute the accompanying stages (improvement stage, organization stage) in this framework in future. After
compiling all the steps, then get the results. It is concluded that this project is to computerize a web-based
(HMS) computer operating in a hospital. The main goal of our project is to reduce the amount of paper in the
hospital to some extent. It aims to provide reliable automation of existing systems at low cost.


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Muntazir Mahdi Baidani, Shaista Khalid, & Abyer Larik. (2021). Design & Development of Web Based Medical Application for Hospital Management . International Journal of Computer Science and Emerging Technologies , 4(2), 1-6. Retrieved from