Hospital Management using OAM [Operation Administration & Maintenance] Tool
Rachana.R. Sanni1, H. S. Guruprasad2

1Rachana.R. Sanni*, M.Tech, Department of Information Science and Engineering, BMS College of Engineering, Bengaluru ( Karnataka), India.
2H. S. Guruprasad, PhD, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, BMS College of Engineering, Bangalore (Karnataka), India.
Manuscript received on July 28, 2021. | Revised Manuscript received on August 02, 2021. | Manuscript published on August 30, 2021. | PP: 24-30 | Volume-10, Issue-10, August 2021. | Retrieval Number: 100.1/ijitee.J939108101021 | DOI: 10.35940/ijitee.J9391.08101021
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Abstract: This paper proposes a software tool to monitor the system configuration for Hospital Management System. The OAM tool monitors the system configurations after the user installs it into the system. The aim of this software is to monitor the system about its configurations and install the required softwares to the respective system. There are four tools in this application, Fintal, Piston, Naavi and Mapel. To install these, a technique of single file installation using batch scripting is used. Batch scripting is used to execute the installation files of softwares and the softwares are installed. These installation files of softwares will be embedded as execution commands in a single file called “windows batch file”, which should be saved with the extension as “.bat”. The installation that starts will be displayed in the command prompt to know whether the softwares are getting installed correctly. After each installation, the configuration and initialization of installed softwares will be displayed. The required softwares are to be installed. Each of these performs particular tasks that are required for the management of Hospitals. Fintal is used for overall management of Hospital. This is the most user-friendly part of OAM Tool. This handles overall administrative part of Hospitals. Piston is used for storing patient’s details. This stores the patients’ reports in detailed manner of each test the patient has undergone. Naavi is used for storing Laboratory details. The tests of each patient are stored here. And the last one, i.e., Mapel which is used for storing pharmaceuticals details (Medicines). It stores the details of medicines such as from which pharmaceuticals the medicines are purchased. The license of the hospital is also stored in this part of OAM Tool. All these together form an OAM Tool. This tool also manages other required softwares like, MySQL, ODBC drivers, etc. The management of Hospitals is very important as there is a need to maintain the patient details. This technique of installation is proposed in this paper to make the installation from hardware to remote installation such as, giving the access to the system in which the tool needs to be installed and to save the time of installation process.
Keywords: Batch scripting, Fintal, management of Hospital Mapel, MySQL, Naavi, OAM tool, ODBC drivers, patient details, Piston, system configurations, softwares.