Research on Structure Design of Health Information Management System for Women and Children
Women and Children are the hope of human. On Millennium Development Goals , World Health Organization (WHO) was expressing the requirements to reduce child mortality and to improve maternal health. In this paper, the significance, objective and principle of building the Health Information Management System (HIMS) for Women and Children were established. The authors will introduce the system framework, architecture and technology, the design of database and system security also included. The paper innovated and built HIMS for Women and Children to provide an intellectual support.
KeywordsPersonal Health Record Health Foundation Reduce Child Mortality Rule Engine Health Information Management System
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