DEFINE A TEST PLAN OR SCRIPT IDENTIFYING MAJOR SOFTWARE FUNCTIONALITY AND HARDWARE TO BE TESTED WITH REQUIRED OUTCOMES.
Write a 1,400- to 2,100-word draft of the third section of your SDLC Final Project. Include the following:
• Testing process summary
o Define a test plan or script identifying major software functionality and hardware to be tested with required outcomes.
• Installation process and training plan summary
o Provide a timeline identifying specific steps, including training, and related resources required to implement the recommended system. Include a narrative explanation with a discussion of effects of project constraints—such as time, conversion method, and so forth—and a description of the recommended plan.
• Documentation plan summary
o Specify and explain each type of documentation, which is required for ongoing technical and user support of the proposed system.
SDLC Project – Team C
Dwana Escourse, La Shauna Berry, Nicholas Felix, Rajesh Thakur
September 7, 2015
SDLC Project – Team C
The process of determining requirements involves the analysts and other team members to gather information. This information is used to figure out exactly what the new system should do, and this information is obtained from as many sources as possible. Examples of these sources are: observing users, reports, previous analysis records, questionnaire forms, previous or current developers, present system procedures, and system administrators. There are several methods of determining requirements and some of those traditional techniques for collecting requirements are:
Interviewing and actively listening to others
Administering questionnaires to providers and end users
Observing system users
Analyzing current system procedures
Reviewing present and previous documents
After using these methods of determining the specific requirements for Patton-Fuller, the analysts on this project team were able to provide a list of confirmed requirements. Along with the list, the team has categorized each system requirement identified as either mandatory or optional. The list includes the following:
Manage and track the appointments of patients – Mandatory
Schedule, reschedule, or cancel appointments – Mandatory
Check patients in and out – Mandatory
View physician’s schedules for open appointments – Mandatory
Track patients for follow-ups and schedule those dates – Optional
Referrals – Optional
Share information (EHR) with other departments – optional
Weekly physician schedule report and comparative analysis report – Optional
Patient pre-op and post-op schedule report – Mandatory
Patient to physician time ratio – Optional
Monthly billing report – Mandatory
The flow chart listed below reflects the proposed flow of the process upon completion of the project. The previous process from beginning to end consumed more time than it needed to. This document will identify a process, and the designed flowchart gives a graphic view into the process that the team is looking to perfect it to become. Designing a flowchart for the process should be completed in order to identify the amount of time, redundancy of calls made to and from the patient, and initiate ideas to make the process more efficient.
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