1. Review the types of information a medical database may contain. Read articles and check the internet to understand the challenges of tracking this information.
Information could contain patients medical history, if they have had any medical conditions in the past if so have they received the required treatment they can also have all your personal details like your name , phone number and address. They will also have all your allergies stored in the database,your medicines , any reactions to medications in the past, any known long-term conditions, such as diabetes or asthma , medical test results such as blood tests, allergy tests and other screenings , any clinically relevant lifestyle information, such as smoking, alcohol or weight , consultation notes, which your doctor takes during an appointment , hospital admission records, including the reason you were admitted to hospital,hospital discharge records, which will include the results of treatment , whether any follow-up appointments or care are required , X-rays , photographs and image slides, such as magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) or computerized tomography (CT) scans .
2. Research medical information to better understand your topic. Look for the type of information you will need to track
we will need to track that each patient has a unique medical ID for each patient and each patient's details are correct all their health records are up to date and correct. If they also are going to pay by insurance , cash or state.