“Mobile Application for Group Expenses and Its Deployment” In making of “Mobile Application for Group Expenses and Its Deployment”, David Vaura set goals that could help him in making his thesis. This are the following goals: to design a mobile application for group expenses, describe synchronization with a cloud server, open application interface (API) and related cooperation with third-parties, show ways of gathering feedback from users related to the app evolution, evaluate marketing efforts related to the user growth, use measurements of user behaviour for the app improvements, and propose various business models and evaluate their profitability.
And the system would be able to: add, edit, and delete members, mark debt as settled, support for multiple currencies and automatic conversion to group currency, more groups and switching between groups, attaching picture of the receipt to the payment, synchronizing user’s groups with multiple users and devices, uneven split, more people can pay one payment, default weights for members. For our “Mobile dental patient record management for smiles and braces” we would also have an add, edit, and delete patient, the system have also a upload module for the picture and X-ray photos of the patient.
Then our system will also have a calendar with reminder notification for the doctor to be reminded if there is appointment or special schedule. Also our system will be implemented in android platform. “Mobile Patient Record Management through DB2 Everyplace” The DB2 Everyplace database on the mobile device is specifically designed for the mobile and embedded application environment. The DB2 Everyplace database engine supports basic SQL and relational operations such as Join, Group by, Order by, multiple column primary and foreign keys, expression functions, aggregate functions, and constraints.
Advanced indexing provides a noticeable query performance boost for medium to large DB2 Everyplace tables. Scrollable cursors enable easier application data manipulation. In order to maximize utility using the least amount of resources, only the most relevant functionality for mobile databases is included. The DB2 Everyplace database engine supports Single Byte Character Sets (SBCS), Double Byte Character Sets (DBCS), and UNICODE where available.
DB2 Everyplace supports many languages, supports all major mobile, desktop and enterprise platforms and allows access to any data; additionally it also supports Compact Flash storage devices such as the Micro drive from IBM for higher capacity storage on mobile devices and provides the most function per footprint of any relational database in the industry. DB2 Everyplace implements a subset of the Standard Query Language (SQL) standard, DB2 Call Level Interface (CLI), Open Database Connectivity (ODBC), and Java Database Connectivity (JDBC).
JDBC is supported on all platforms that have support of Java Technology. It enables an easy development of applications using industrial standard tools and open API’s, In our project the use of DB2 is very important to use because our mobile application have database. With the use DB2 we can gather , update and search the data in the system. With sqlite in our mobile application that we will do it can store data up to 2GB. DB2 also supports mobile platform such as android. Mobile personal health care system for patients with diabetes” In this thesis, we propose a personal diabetes monitoring system which integrates wearable sensors, 3G mobile phone, smart home technologies and Google sheet to facilitate the management of chronic disease – diabetes. The system utilizes wearable sensors and 3G cellular phone to automatically collect physical signs, such as blood glucose level, blood pressure and exercise data like heart rate, breathing rate and skin temperature.
It allows users, especially seniors with diabetes, to conveniently record daily test results and track long term health condition changes regardless of their locations. It does so without having to ask users to manually input them into the system. The system also utilizes Google sheet to manage Personal Health Records (PHRs), which not only bridges the gaps between patients and different health care providers but enabling accesses to patients’ PHRs anywhere and anytime by taking advantage of the universal accessibility of Google sheet.
The system further integrates with GPS, Google Search and Google Map functionalities to facilitate the user to find all hospitals near to his/her current location including address, phone number, directions to the selected hospital and street view of the selected hospital. In this research we will get the module of patients information. Our patient information includes the name of the patient, medical history, picture of the teeth and X-ray of the teeth.
Our research also have remainder module that gives an alert when there is important schedule or appointment to the client. The thing that in this study that we will not imply in our project is the Google Sheet and Google Map functionalities because our project is a stand alone application for doctor Local Study “Online Clinic Management” In this proposed system, records and files are computerized and stored online for accessibility and portability. However, the proponents limit the online feature of the system to doctors and staff only.
Web-access of the patients is not included. The system has a secure log-in for doctors and staff. Managing appointments is also integrated and billing statements and official receipts are automated as well as medical prescriptions and medical certificates Our system also compost the following feature like the records of the patient is stored to a database and can search through and update the data by using the mysqlite because msqlite is the one suitable in mobile and android platforms.
The only difference is that our project is a mobile application. The project that we will be doing is for the dentist only and cannot be used or edit by the patient. Billing statement and appointment are also part of our project. “Philippines launches mobile phone app to provide real-time flood alerts” Manila, Philippines: The Philippine government has launched a mobile phone application which can provide real-time information on rainfall and flooding to the general public.
The Nationwide Operational Assessment of Hazards (NOAH), which aims to provide information about bad weather and thus mitigate disasters such as floods, typhoons and landslides, launched its website in July, and now a free mobile phone application has been added. Using sensors, rain gauges and weather monitoring systems installed by the government in various parts of the country, the application will provide information on rainfall probability over the next 1-4 hours in 200 sites, real-time information on water levels and an overview of which areas are affected by rain and humidity.
The NOAH mobile application will initially be available only for Android smartphones. However, its sharing options will allow users to share information across different social media. The project of pag-asa and our project called “mobile dental patient record management” is using the same platform called android because android platform is widely used in mobile industry. Real time alert module is very important to us because in that the user will have a notification if there is upcoming appointment. Community Health Information Tracking System (CHITS)” The system (CHITS) is an open source electronic medical record (EMR) designed to run in public health centers and rural health units. CHITS-EMR has built-in modules for general patient consultations, consultation scheduling, maternal care services, child care, family planning, and reporting features for the DOH Field Health Service Information System (FHSIS) as well as reports required by PhilHealth, thus minimizing time for administrative work and maximizing time for patient care.
It runs over a local area network (LAN) installed inside the health center and accessible to computers installed within the health center (admission, consultation, and treatment room). In this way, the doctor has real-time access to a patient’s chief complaint, vital signs and history without waiting for the patient to come into the doctor’s cubicle. With CHITS, patient record search and access is reduced to just seconds from the average 4 minutes. For an RHU with an average of 50 patients per day, those 200 minutes are now spent on patient care.
The open source softwares used to develop CHITS were: Linux operating system, PHP Hypertext Preprocessor, Apache webserver, MySQL database management system. In addition, a generic architecture for modular enterprises (GAME) was also developed to make further expansion of CHITS easy for any developer with a modicum of training in scripting languages. Data is entered only once during a patient consultation and this can then be used to generate the different forms that need to be submitted. Since data is stored electronically, it is now easier to access and consolidate.
It is also now less prone to destruction and loss. Since data is easily accessible, the community leaders can use it as a tool for decision-making. CHITS project and our system has many similar module like patient history, appointment and data search. But the platform and software that we will be using is not similar to CHITS in our project we will use mysqlite for data base. Android and Java SDK for API of the project. We will implement also in our project the Eclipse platform for android.