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There are some parts of a Doctors Surgery that could benefit from computerisation As time goes on technology will aid most types of work for instance office work Department of Trade and Industry for example Technology could be used in a Doctors surgery to computerise the patients files to print out prescriptions and certificates for things like immunisations The patients file would consist of their name address telephone number DOB sex allergies and diseases In addition it will be faster for the doctor to access his or her files because they are all just a few clicks of a mouse button away instead of loads of paper-based files in a big fat cabinet away If you were to misplace a file in your office it would probably be hard to find it whereas if you lost a file on a computer you could use the find utility in Microsoft Windows 95 98 or 2000 by pressing the button and F at the same time and the file would be found in a few seconds On a computer you could automatically put the files in alphabetical order by whatever- name GP date of birth etc However in an office cabinet it really would not be easy at all to put and keep the files in some sort of alphabetical sequence Currently the database is pen-and-paper based which may be cost effective but is very time-consuming when compared to a computer-based database Say you have a paper-based database If one of your clients move house or get married you would have to create a whole new record because of the altered information And say it was a family who moved residence and then after you made the new records the parents got married It would cause a lot of hassle and waste a lot of time wouldnt it The doctor would get annoyed searching for peoples files and they would take longer to get
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