The Management System for the Healthcare Resources: A review
Recently, healthcare resources and services can be effectively provided to patients anytime and anywhere using healthcare management systems. Healthcare systems are developed through many mechanisms and applications that improve the management of healthcare-related resources by aggregating data with mechanisms such as the Internet of Things (IoT) that include sensors and mobile phones, as well as using unified databases for such resources so that they are arranged and managed in light of what is available and what is required and determine the required delivery to the requesting party as soon as possible. Healthcare and services are indicating many things related to health such as kidney donors, surgeries, advice from doctors, etc. Here in our study, we will use the blood banks as the sample of the services that the management system can provide. Today, the application of modern technologies such as cloud programming and real-time algorithms has helped solve many problems associated with traditional systems.
Real-time algorithms are concerned with producing logically accurate results and answers in a timely manner without human intervention. Telehealth is an important purpose of the healthcare system where device interoperability and data normalization are challenging task that requires research attention. Several solutions have been proposed in the literature based on manual interpretation through explicit programming. However, programmatic implementation of the interpretation of data sender and receiver in a healthcare system for data transmission is counterproductive as modification is required for each new device added to the system. In this paper, some research works on managing the healthcare system and facilitating their work using modern technology have been studied and analyzed.
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