Reha-Sports: The Challenge of Small Margin Healthcare Accounting
The paper presents the development of a Web-based accounting system for rehabilitation sports, which, due to the small margins, requires a very economical approach, both for its development and for its later use. The development process was therefore driven by simplicity in two dimension: the accounting process itself was reduced to the minimum under the given legal circumstances, and the software development was clearly guided by total cost of ownership concerns. In particular, standards where taken and artifacts reused wherever possible.
KeywordsSimplicity Software reuse Web applications Accounting Healthcare Rehabilitation sports
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