Anitha S. Pillai

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Many private organizations are reluctant to share the health related information to the researchers fearing loss of privacy of data. The non availability of data has potential negative implications for the advancement of medical science, the development of new pharmaceutical products, better diagnosis of disease and for national and micro-level health(More)
Project scoping of features and functionalities required to meet the system objectives is critical for project success. An accurate determination of the system boundary to develop software has long been identified as a challenge that practitioners have been attempting to overcome. It is, therefore, important to understand the causes along with the(More)
Requirements Elicitation is a practice [1] that aids in determining the needs of customers, users and stakeholders in building systems and software that can result in a high probability of satisfying such needs. Requirements Elicitation is the most complex part of the Requirements Engineering (RE) phases and demands as much attention, especially in Global(More)
Data in the healthcare sector is growing beyond dealing capacity of the health care organizations and is expected to increase significantly in the coming years. Majority of the Healthcare data is often unstructured, exists in silos and resides in imaging systems, medical prescription notes, insurance claims data, EPR (Electronic Patient Records) etc.(More)