We know that a hospital working on a greater platform has a huge crowd of patients that sometimes it becomes very difficult to check all patients on the same day. Likewise, it is also not possible for a doctor to check a large number of patients in a single day. So, it becomes a necessary process to manage the arrival of patients and put the unchecked ones to a pending status so that they can be checked according to their number. Making appointments reduce the real workload and the doctors can comfortably check their patients. The patients also know their appointment dates so that they become relax and come on a fixed day rather than visiting the hospital again and again.

ICTHospital Management System provides a very efficient way of arranging such appointments and managing a huge crowd by simply making appointments of their patients with proper time and dates. It also provides reminders to its patients about the appointments through E-mails or SMS so that the patients might not forget about their check-ups. It is a very easy and standard way of such procedures. ICTHospital also provides details of the pending, canceled, and requested appointments and records all data.

  • All appointments

This segment includes all the appointments which are going to be attended on the present-day means today the doctor will check the patients holding appointments. So, doctors easily assess their appointments and check their limited number of patients with relaxed nerves.

  • Upcoming assignments.

When all the patients are checked-up on their appointment day then this system provides a list of the upcoming patients to the doctor so he may manage things accordingly. Both doctor and patient get reminders for their appointments for mitigating the risk of forgetting the appointments

  • Past appointments

ICTHospital Management System records all-day activities of the hospital including the appointments. In this way, the records of the patient’s check-up history are saved for a definite period.

  • Appointment Calendar

Managing all appointments and their records and arranging the upcoming appointments according to the given date generally provides us a calendar of all activities by which we can assess the performance of the system and its improvement day by day.