Feasibility Study of Implementation of Electronic Administration Systems in Hospitals

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The manual approach is no longer the best option as healthcare services get more complex. As a result, several hospitals are beginning to implement IT to get around challenges and improve the efficacy and efficiency of their operations. This study aims to evaluate whether electronic administrative information systems can be implemented in hospitals. This study is a qualitative descriptive one that uses a literature review methodology. The author's choice of data for this study is secondary data. The collected data will undergo descriptive analysis. Based on the research findings, numerous advantages can be gained from installing electronic administration information systems at hospitals, notwithstanding any challenges or difficulties. Because they can improve the effectiveness and efficiency of hospital services in registering and storing patient data, registering, recording inpatient medical records, recording doctor data, recording room data, and producing administrative reports that management is required for decision-making and patient medical record information for insurance claims, electronic administrative information systems in hospitals are practical to implement. This study implies that hospital administrators who utilize electronic administration systems can use them as a reference source.
Original languageEnglish
JournalInternational Journal of Social Health
Issue number6
Publication statusPublished - 30 Jun 2023


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