Hospital Management in Rural Pakistan

A recent dissertation by an MSc Computing student at the University of Northampton Javed Ahmed looked at software for managing healthcare in rural Pakistan.


The adoption of information technology plays a vital role in the domain of health and patient care. Most of developed countries are using information technology in health care in order to provide better services to patients with quality care and getting more benefits. Apart from developed countries the developing countries like Pakistan and other are lacking behind from use of information technology in the field of healthcare.
This dissertation is based on the development of hospital management system for developing countries in order to enhance the performance and provide quality healthcare in rural areas. This web application reduces the paper work and keeps the computerized patient records. This web application will be considered as an initial step towards the betterment of patient care and also improve the hospital services delivery system in developing countries especially in rural areas.
The research is also done in this dissertation for development and controlling of user access rights dynamically at application level in enterprise web applications. Through this users are tightly controlled and within their assigned menus. These user menus and user role rights will be managed and update through GUI with administrator login.

Computing Courses

BSc and HND Computing Provision (click on the links below for more details of the courses)

    The University of Northampton's, Department of Computing and Immersive Technologies offers five courses within the MSc Computing postgraduate provision (shown below) all available either part-time or full-time. 

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