Case Study: Pharmacy Ordering And Inventory Management

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Pharmacy Ordering and Inventory Management By Cynthia Enwono Ekanem Project Supervisor Constantin Orekan BSc (Hons) Computing University of Bolton 16th May, 2015 Abstract Hospitals and pharmacies face a lot every single day, from attending to patients and providing medications. And this most times ends up dissatisfying both ends: users, pharmacies and hospitals. This issue has been brought to book, and we tried to solve this problem by developing an application that will assist users and pharmacies. This system has been set up to help users, order their medication from their location and get it delivered to them; and also aid pharmacies by reducing the queues they encounter each day, and an inventory system that keeps stock…show more content…
to the activities of a pharmaceutical store which includes will improving health outcomes, reduce hospital and long term care admissions, enhance access and care in the Estate and surrounding communities and ensuring best use of resources, the use of a computer based management system for improving the efficiency of a pharmacy is needed and it is an essential part of any modern continuously evolving society. The application will not accomplish the aspect of symptom prescription, and on the website for the inventory, all jobs will be manually by he administrator. 1.5 RESEARCH METHODOLOGY In gathering all the necessary information and design from several sources, the methodologies applied for this project are as follows: • Various studies on the recent system in detail and the organizational style. • Having a wide knowledge and understanding of how things move in and out of the existing system. • A qualitative pattern of interview was conducted with several pharmacies, for the sake of understanding how the system operates, and also request for their products for the development of the…show more content…
When undergoing such projects, a lot of questions are been asked; the system design has been structured to give an overall plan on the technical ways to answer these questions. And when this design is formed, the appropriate approach to the work, is been gotten out of it. After analysing the requirements, the Functional and Non-Functional requirements were determined. The functional requirements are statements that tell of the systems services, its reactions and behaviours. Below are PHOAD Functional requirements: • Functional Requirements Fig 1: Use Case diagram for PHOAD Application Fig : PHAOD application Database diagram Non Functional requirements are different from functional requirements, where instead of facing the specific behaviours, it bases on the operations of the system. Below are PHOAD Non-Functional

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