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Title: Automated Personal Clinic Services in Uganda Software Requirement Specification
Authors: Olaide, Fagbolu Olutola
Nyadru, Innocent
Keywords: Availability
Google Assistant
Chatbot
Android
GPS Connection
Datasets
Patient’s Locality
Life Expectancy
Issue Date: 2018
Publisher: Department of Computer Science, School of Computing & Information Technology, Kampala International University, Kampala, Uganda
Citation: Fagbolu Olutola Olaide, Nyadru Innocent. Automated Personal Clinic Services in Uganda – Software Requirement Specification. International Journal of Wireless Communications, Networking and Mobile Computing. Vol. 5, No. 1, 2018, pp. 11-16.
Series/Report no.: Networking and Mobile Computing. Vol. 5, No. 1, 2018, pp. 11-16.;
Abstract: Software Requirement Specification for Personal Clinic Services enhance the availability and accessibility of traditional clinic, health care services are offer without limits or physical boundary, it is a web-based mobile Chatbot in google assistant that help patients to find closest clinics and hospitals in Uganda, offers medical prescription and other forms of medical assistances. It consists of three (3) parts which are Chatbot, Google home device and web portal. The google assistant guide was employed in the design using predefined procedures as Google application, Google app tool, PHP (Hypertext Preprocessor) which by default comes as handy tool with every android and it requires internet and Global Positioning System (GPS) connection. Few datasets were trained for machine learning using supervised learning category and other coding were done online. Personal Clinic prototype was simulated to provide basics of health care services to the prospective clients, doctors within the patient’s locality are contacted for further medical assistance whenever the need arises. Most of healthcare challenges would be solved and life expectancy would increase with greater capability to live healthier, longer and reduced the risk of patient harm.
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URI: http://hdl.handle.net/20.500.12306/1466
ISSN: 2381-1137 (Print)
2381-1145 (Online)
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