JCDSA  Vol.4 No.1 , February 2014
Integrated Business Intelligent System for E-Health: A Case for Dermatology Diseases
Abstract


In the current era, information technology has boosted every field of life either business industry or healthcare to integrate the internal processes of it. Due to the demand of managing huge data related to these fields numerous information systems play different roles in making the organizational processes robust and up to date. This paper discusses the integrated business intelligence implication specifically for healthcare to provide the fast and precise information on time. Therefore, this paper discusses the idea of building intelligent system based on Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) databases using exclusively for dermatology diseases by applying data mining techniques. Firstly, classification mining has been applied for categorization data based on patient’s record. Then rules and patterns generated from the categorized data related to dermatology diseases, symptoms and treatments. The proposed system will retrieve the corresponding information related to the given symptoms along with medication and complete treatment. This research aims to integrate different ERP processes with centralized ERP database to provide business intelligence effectively for the dermatologists. The paper has provided with the comprehensive conceptual framework and each step has been discussed in detail.



Cite this paper
F. Al-Tajem Al-Ghamdi and A. Al-Malaise Al-Ghamdi, "Integrated Business Intelligent System for E-Health: A Case for Dermatology Diseases," Journal of Cosmetics, Dermatological Sciences and Applications, Vol. 4 No. 1, 2014, pp. 53-59. doi: 10.4236/jcdsa.2014.41008.
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