The National Health Monitoring System of Panama


Authors : Hector Mendoza; Manuel Cortez; Bryan Rodríguez; Milky Rodriguez; Jay Molino

Volume/Issue : Volume 6 - 2021, Issue 9 - September

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Publoans indexing : https://publons.com/researcher/3989381/international-journal-of-innovative-science-and-re/

SIMONS-SUHPA is a technological solution to identifying the least saturated emergency rooms in the different hospitals in Panama City. Healthcare in hospitals requires a better distribution of patients. The overcrowding in the emergency rooms is undoubtedly a day-to-day challenge. Thus this research seeks to minimize overcrowding by efficiently allocating patients to health centers. Via technology, the patient can be provided with information about the best medical care center based on his location, illness, and available resources (medical staff, equipment, among others). Technological innovations today have generated a greater demand for information. Society demands a greater degree of care and better benefits from medical services. In turn, a greater need justifies developing systems with high degrees of efficiency and effectiveness. To improve patients' demands, we propose a web application to obtain information about the hospital centers around him, depending on his location area. The main objective is to reduce the accumulation of emergency patients in these rooms thanks to the application's use, providing real-time information on the number of patients seen.

Keywords : Context-Aware; Geolocation; Diagnosis; Decisionmaking, Intensive Care Unit.

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