Software Architecture Design on National Level for Vaccination Planning and Dispensing System
This paper describes the software architecture design for vaccination planning and dispensing system to be used nationwide in public health-care departments and hospitals in response to the immunization improvement program in underdeveloped and poor countries. The system will help in managing all activities of child vaccination right from their birth by sending alerts to their parents via SMS or voice call in their local language. This automation will help keeping track of particular vaccination against which majority of children are not getting proper vaccination in time and analyze how many chances will be there that the particular disease will spread in that area based on different trends listed in Knowledge base of the health-care system.
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