Software Architecture Framework of Healthcare Using Nonfunctional Artifacts

Software Architecture Framework of Healthcare Using Nonfunctional Artifacts

Umesh Banodha (Samrat Ashok Technological Institute, India) and Kanak Saxena (Samrat Ashok Technological Institute, India)
Copyright: © 2020 |Pages: 20
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-7998-2531-9.ch002


The health framework introduces the concept of sustainability because of its dynamics as individuals' needs change with everyday life and environmental changes. It is well known that, despite grave concern, the implementation of health policy is particularly affected in developing countries. This chapter is about creating a healthcare framework that is sensitive, insecure, and flexible. The medication process is dependent on laboratory tests and the techniques vary from time to time, which affects the services that the experts provide to patients. This increases the overall cost of the medication process and can be sustained by the concept of health insurance. For this purpose, the well-planned and defined software is obligatory due to the non-functional requirements up to the concepts of the software architecture. The designed framework is an integrated approach that conveys factual awareness of personalized and competent health services and facilitates agile principles and practices.
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The truth of one's life is that one undergoes the medication throughout the life span. Therefore, medicines must be available to all communities and natives of the societies in each country. It is one of the most important, demanding and flexible areas where family, society and health are at the centre. There are currently several treatment methods in the world, such as: Homeopathy is one of the oldest systems for curing diseases with the aim of eradicating diseases from the roots, without side effects of the drugs, but it is a lengthy process and takes a long time Cure illness. Allopathic System uses the concept of multidisciplinary current to cure the patients and the majority of drugs that are made with the combination of chemicals. Ayurveda is one of the oldest, most popular and effective systems to cure patients with medications from different plants and herbs. Siddha is the oldest system to cure patients with the help of matter and energy found in vegetables, fruits and metals (solvable and insoluble), supported by the concepts of metal, yoga and philosophy. Unani uses the concepts of chemistry and pharmaceutical processes to make medicinal oils, powders and ointments and to use the alcohol (in admissible amount) for treatment. The feature of the allopathic system has become extraordinarily popular and effective for three centuries. The allopathic system is easily accessible to citizens and medications are very effective in providing immediate relief to the patient. The system is less time-consuming to provide relief and, most importantly, it helps to cure diseases such as ischemic heart disease and strokes, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, lung cancer, diabetes and many more. According to the WHO report, the diseases mentioned above are the world's most common diseases, and in 2016 nearly 22 million people died. The Health Metrics Network (2008) also found that measuring one's own health was inadequate and therefore needed the appropriate tools to strengthen the medical information system, which plays the crucial role in this area.

As a result, there has been a need to bring the medication process to the changing needs of the health organization based on the needs, requirements and government policies of patients, and most importantly, to dynamically revolutionize the worldwide diagnosis and treatment of the diseases. This area is very sensitive, as the highest priority is to save the patient's life economically with the least ethical side effects. Therefore, the methods must respond to radical changes in the health field without affecting the defined structure of the area due to the availability of current techniques. The functionality and capabilities of agile methodology can lead to the solution of the above situation with uninterrupted perfection, in order to adapt to the health framework that best exploits the approach while maximizing the economic and principal return. McKinsey Global Institute (October 2006) provides the stable backbone for the uncertain area where dynamic agile changes are made. One such area is healthcare, where agility helps authorities make a quick decision in a flexible scenario to empower them. It will expand the domain by redesigning the innovative affiliation, reconfiguring and improving the diagnostic process by investing only once in state-of-the-art technologies that complements efficiency by reducing costs and promoting the growth of lifesaving. This will not only improve precision at the health care level - clinically and non-clinically - but will also enable the supportive staff of the domain to meet the on-demand needs of patients and experts as needed. Thus, mobility will facilitate the health sector by adjusting the change without restructuring the process. The whole process will be flawless, smooth and natural, starting from the bottom up instead of top down. The framework accepts the dynamic changes and formulates them with the flexible and dynamic characteristics to respond according to the scenarios.

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