System Analysis and Design for Radio Frequency Identification (RFID) based Hospital Pharmacy Management and Monitoring System: A Case Study of Tanzania Public Hospitals
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System analysis and Design (SAD) are important steps in system development life cycle where it concerns with the techniques and approaches to develop systems more effectively and efficiently. SAD basically enables a system developer to analyze business processes more efficient and effective by considering real business environments and functions. The requirements are gathered and modeled to ensure the right approach in problem solving. In this paper the system analysis and design for the RFID based hospital pharmacy management and monitoring system the case of Tanzania public hospital is presented. The system aim at counteracting the public hospital pharmacy challenges which includes the manual processing of pharmacy activities, drug diversion and theft. The paper presents the methodologies employed to gather the system requirements, modeling of the requirement using UML and system design.
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