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Devise and Adopt a Technique to validate Digital Healthcare System using Finite State Machine

Khalid Abdullah Aldriwish.

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    Several countries struggle to deliver cost-effective, quality healthcare services to their patients and citizens. The growth of healthcare services has rapidly increased for both health organizations and industries. The challenge of setting healthcare services remains to increase as system structure needs to satisfy several specifications and requirements of ever serious design scenarios. The industry of healthcare is progressing as the ability of producing a high value quality of service to the community, and this leads to the growth of information technology (IT) which has presented several significant solutions to healthcare services using high quality speed of network communication, mobile and digital technology which should facilitate an accessible to achieve medical services. Hence, this paper proposes and adopts a technique to proof and validate digital healthcare services which illustrates a technological method to produce health services and benefits available by using a distributed system, thus the proposed system will provide Electronic Health Records (EHR) which is using and applying several client technologies such as, web, mobile and personal computer to have a variety of services in the system. Therefore, the EHRs are managed by system modules in different criteria of health records which is shown and applied along with a typical transmission protocol to tame interconnecting between system services and modules.

    Key words: Keywords: Web services, healthcare quality, management and FSMs.


     
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    Khalid Abdullah Aldriwish. Devise and Adopt a Technique to validate Digital Healthcare System using Finite State Machine. JEAS. 2022; 9(1): 42-56. doi:10.5455/jeas.2022050104


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    Khalid Abdullah Aldriwish. Devise and Adopt a Technique to validate Digital Healthcare System using Finite State Machine. JEAS. 2022; 9(1): 42-56. doi:10.5455/jeas.2022050104



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    Khalid Abdullah Aldriwish. Devise and Adopt a Technique to validate Digital Healthcare System using Finite State Machine. JEAS. (2022), [cited July 18, 2022]; 9(1): 42-56. doi:10.5455/jeas.2022050104



    Harvard Style

    Khalid Abdullah Aldriwish (2022) Devise and Adopt a Technique to validate Digital Healthcare System using Finite State Machine. JEAS, 9 (1), 42-56. doi:10.5455/jeas.2022050104



    Turabian Style

    Khalid Abdullah Aldriwish. 2022. Devise and Adopt a Technique to validate Digital Healthcare System using Finite State Machine. Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences, 9 (1), 42-56. doi:10.5455/jeas.2022050104



    Chicago Style

    Khalid Abdullah Aldriwish. "Devise and Adopt a Technique to validate Digital Healthcare System using Finite State Machine." Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences 9 (2022), 42-56. doi:10.5455/jeas.2022050104



    MLA (The Modern Language Association) Style

    Khalid Abdullah Aldriwish. "Devise and Adopt a Technique to validate Digital Healthcare System using Finite State Machine." Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences 9.1 (2022), 42-56. Print. doi:10.5455/jeas.2022050104



    APA (American Psychological Association) Style

    Khalid Abdullah Aldriwish (2022) Devise and Adopt a Technique to validate Digital Healthcare System using Finite State Machine. Journal of Engineering and Applied Sciences, 9 (1), 42-56. doi:10.5455/jeas.2022050104