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Title: An integrated health-care portal
Authors: Lee, Calvin Chun Zheng
Keywords: DRNTU::Engineering::Computer science and engineering
Issue Date: 2017
Abstract: The Joint NTU-UBC Research Centre of Excellence in Active Living for the Elderly (LILY) have developed multiple games that are catered to the elderly, each with their own different purposes. Most of the games are for rehabilitation purposes that can detect and prevent diseases or deficiencies by assessing the motor and cognitive skills of the patient. The problem is that all these games comes with their own independent portal where the game data are stored, managed, and analysed. To view the data, the User will need to log in to each game’s portal to view their respective data. This makes it hard for the User, usually doctors whose role is to monitor the condition of the patient by reviewing their gameplay data. The User Interface (UI) for all the portal are not standardised, hence the need for the user to adapt to different UI which can be time consuming and inefficient. The purpose of this final year project is to develop an integrated health-care portal that acts as the central web portal for the data of all the different games developed by LILY. This will allow the User to be able to view the data of every game they had played by just logging in to this portal. The proposed solution is to design a new UI that will act as a standard template for the portal and from there, the User will be able to access the data of the games that are integrated into the system. A centralised database that contains the data of all the games developed by LILY will be used by the portal. Since the centralised database will also include all the login credentials from all the different portals, the User will just need to log in to the portal and can access all the data of the different game portals. This report includes all the components and processes used to design and developed the integrated health-care portal. The design of the ER Diagram of the database and the implementation process of the system will be included. At the end of the report, recommendation for future improvements will be included to review the possible improvements should the project be continued by future undergraduate(s).
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10356/70258
Rights: Nanyang Technological University
Fulltext Permission: restricted
Fulltext Availability: With Fulltext
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