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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Joseph Lamptey
Domiciliary Healthcare Scheduler
System and Software Engineering
(Master’s programme)
2019
Domiciliary healthcare scheduling entails the use of a Software to facilitate the appointment of carer to patients for care services within the domestic environment. The research examines preponderance software that seeks to deliver effective scheduling just as the existing system, CarePlanner. However, the case study with BeeAktive Care, a domiciliary registered and operative in the United Kingdom (UK), requires that a new system is built. This new software system has to model the business practices and operation while enabling data access to multiple databases. In effect, the research relies on user stories, use cases, in requirement elicitation and a combination of Architecture Centric Development Method and agile process. It also uses modern web application framework, React, cloud services from Amazon and a tactful middleware Graphql

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