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Have designed a system to be used in a medical centre. The medical centre at the moment uses a paper based system to store all its patients' details. The system is not able to cope with a dramatic increase of patients so will then require a computerised

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Maintenance documentation Introduction I have designed a system to be used in a medical centre. The medical centre at the moment uses a paper based system to store all its patients' details. The system is not able to cope with a dramatic increase of patients so will then require a computerised system to cope with the increase. The increase is due to a home estate being built in the village which will increase patient numbers. The system consists of some basic functions which are- * The patient details - Which will include things such as the name, address, date of birth, telephone number and primary doctor. * The staff details - this will include information such as staff code, name, address, phone number and also their role. * The treatment details - this will include information such as patient ID, the date visited to the surgery, staff code and also the treatment which was received. I have included a few extra features to make processing information quicker such as- * When a name or number of patient is given, the patient's details will be bought up and also allows updates of their details. ...read more.

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b) This query shows all the patients that a particular member of staff is in charge of. It shows all the patients who have a particular doctor as their primary doctor. staff details query in design view. This is the SQL view for the staff details query. Test log I will be testing the system to make sure the desired output is met. I will use test data to test my system and along side I will state the expected result I expect to gain and the actual result. Test Plan/Log for medical records Form : Main Menu Test Data Outcome 1, From main screen click "patient form" Command button (Does it open correct form?) The patient form will open up and I am able to add, edit and delete a patient. 1, From main screen click "prescriptions form" Command button (Does it open correct form?) When the booking form is clicked the form opens for a patient. 1, From main screen click "staff details form" Command button (Does it open correct form?) This form opens a new screen with the staff details and then other sub-command buttons will let you add, edit and delete details. ...read more.

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Does it close the "main page" ? The user should return to the main page where al the options are to navigate the system. Test Plan/Log for appointment Test Data Outcome From main screen click "appointment" Command button (Does it open correct form?) The appointment form should open. On appointment check navigation buttons (back) Does this take you back to the first record? The back button should take the user back to the main screen. In "Telephone" field enter text value, check for validation E.g. Enter Hello And record the results. In the appointment form The text should not work as it is a number fiend In "Telephone no" field enter a large number such as 73948723423 and record the results. Only an 11digit phone number will be able to be entered In appointment details the date can be entered for the appointment and saved. The date should show up on the patient details as well as on appointment details. In "doctor" field enter a combination of numbers and letters such as 88gfsdf34 and record the results. This should not be accepted. when the patients ID is entered, their primary doctor ID should show up. Click the "Exit" Command button on the main page. Does it close the "main page" ? The user should return to the main page where all the options are to navigate the system. ...read more.

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