Disease Management Information System
Bens Pardamean, Anindito , Anjela Djoeang and Nana Tobing
DOI : 10.3844/ajassp.2013.724.733
American Journal of Applied Sciences
Volume 10, Issue 7
The study designed an information system model for Disease Management (DisMan) that met the specifications and needs of a consumer electronics manufacturer. The diseases monitored by this study were diabetes, hypertension and tuberculosis. Data were collected through interviews with the company’s human resources department and occupational health provider. As for the model, literature and online research were conducted to collect health standards and information system standards on existing DisMan systems. These standards were then compared to the consumer electronics manufacturer’s DisMan. The model was designed by utilizing class, use-case, as well as sequence diagrams. The result was an information system model with a registry system that can specifically support DisMan in a consumer electronics manufacturer. The registry system included a medical alert management system and a self-monitoring system. The latter system was supported by the former system, which can assist the DisMan’s staff in monitoring the employees’ scrupulousness regarding their health care plan as well as notifying the employees on lifestyle management.
© 2013 Bens Pardamean, Anindito , Anjela Djoeang and Nana Tobing. This is an open access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original author and source are credited.