Objective of the project- the objectives of the proposed project are described below-
Points which lead to the departure of the present system (issues) - there are certain issues with the current system which can lead to the departure of the system. The issues related are-
Capabilities of the introduced system in healthcare organization- there are numerous changes that can be brought by the implementation of the new system. The capabilities of the proposed system are-
Benefits of the introduced system- there are many benefits, which can be provided to the organization as well as patient by the implementation of the new health record system. The benefits, which the new system can pose are-
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