Testing : Testing And Testing

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THE MAJOR TOPIC OF THIS DATABASE IS TESTING (DRUG TESTING)
STATEMENT OF WORK: TESTING DATABASE PROJECT
HISTORY
A hospital is conducting a double blind test of a new depression drug. The test is expected to take into consideration 20 doctors and about 400 patients to be tested. It is planned that half of the patients will get the new drug and half will get traditional Prozac and neither the doctors nor the patients will know who is getting which drug and at what time. The test is organized such that only two test supervisors will have access to the entire program and possibly know who is getting what.
This project testing will last for about 18 months as it will bring on board all the operations involved in the entire testing project.
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Additionally, the database will examine specific physical side effects like rashes, high blood pressure, irregular heart rhythms or kidney problems.

SCOPE
Testing database will effectively manage the entire data for the operations of the hospital. It will track patients’ information from their first screening throughout the interviews. It will keep records of specific side effects like rashes, high blood pressure, irregular heart rhythms and liver or kidney problems. It will also enable doctors to see their own patients’ information as well as keep them off the information of other doctors’ patients. This will enable the doctors to enter blood pressures, blood test results, depression indicators and keep their own notes for each session. It will also enable patients to easily see their own medical profiles and the doctor’s notes as well as restricting them from accessing other details. Also important, the database will allow only the two researchers to see everything, that is, all doctors’ notes, all patients’ information and which drug each patient is given. Lastly, it will enhance security to prevent possible intrusion from other companies.
OBJECTIVES
i. Improve tracking of patients’ information from their first screening throughout the interviews. ii. Fasten the ability of doctors to see their own patients’ medical information iii. Restrict access to all the hospital information to two researchers iv. Secure the hospital
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