We identified the need for bed availability management in hospitals, which could be overrun by the increasing number of Covid-19 patients coming in daily.
What it does
The web app allows the hospital management have a visual representation of how many beds there are available in each hospital ward. This will allow them to successfully separate Covid-19 patients from regular patients thereby ensuring that it can't spread.
Additionally, the app allows hospital management to convert one ward to a Covid treatment ward or add new wards (improvised or newly built) and keep the number of available beds updated.
How I built it
We build the project using TypeScript-Node-Starter from Microsoft, Azure, TypeScript, MongoDb, PostgreSQL, Pug, Node.js and Express
Challenges we ran into
Gathering domain knowledge Access to domain data Separating work between backend and frontend
Accomplishments that I'm proud of
Successful project administration Implementing main functionality and some of the features which have been considered top-priority
Extremely proud of our team members and the quality of the work they put into the project
What I learned
Programming languages:TypeScript-Node-Starter from Microsoft, Azure, TypeScript, MongoDb, PostgreSQL, Pug, Node.js and Express
Business perspective: business discovery, requirements gathering Focusing on critical issues and use cases
What's next for BedAvailability
Integration with the national health system
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