IJSRP, Volume 10, Issue 7, July 2020 Edition [ISSN 2250-3153]
Bharath H, Rahul N, Shylash S, Vinny Pious
"The conventional system of patient-data management has several issues. The system includes information being stored as unstructured records presented as paper prescriptions, files and other traditional forms of storage. All the important data pertaining to the patient is stored by the centralized hospital authorities or the concerned medical practitioners. Reproducibility of this data when it comes to second – opinions or for the judgment of medical history, is a mammoth task. Even if there is a disease which is common, the treatment will mostly be not common for each individual as there should be considered the fact that there is a certain level of uniqueness with each patient. If a treatment strategy works on one patient, that does
not mean it will work for all because there will be differences between each patient. "