Headspace Project Automated Information Recording System

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Headspace Project Automated Information RecordingSystem
Headspace ProjectTable of ContentsIntroduction.................................................................................................................................................3Stakeholder Map..........................................................................................................................................3Stakeholder Interest in the Project...........................................................................................................4Questionnaire - Information Investigation...................................................................................................6Introduction Statement............................................................................................................................6Set of Questions for Case Workers & Medical Team..............................................................................6Use Case Diagram.......................................................................................................................................7Use Case Description..............................................................................................................................7Conclusion...............................................................................................................................................9References.............................................................................................................................................102
Headspace ProjectIntroductionThere are various sectors that are present all across the globe that perform several activities withvarying degrees of significance. One of the sectors that are associated with every country andregion is its healthcare sector. There are various activities that the organizations and agenciesassociated with this sector perform on a daily basis. Australian Government invested $54 Millionin the National Youth Mental Health Foundation which was later renamed in to Headspaceproject. There are various mental health patients that are present belonging to the age group of 12to 25 years. These patients need care and attention which demands them to tell and share theirstory with the workers and people working on the case (Rhyous, 2011). Headspace is a project that records the story of the patients and provides them with the treatmentaccording to their mental condition. In the process, the patients are required to share their storywith every worker in the case again and again. This leads to the loss of plot and depth and alsobuilds a sense of irritation in the patients. It has been decided to overcome the problem by developing an automated system that will recordthe story of the patient at the first time itself so that they repetition is not required. In this way,the information will be efficiently managed and maintained and the relevant patterns will also beidentified from the same. Stakeholder Map3Case Workers andMedical Team Headspace Team -SponsorPatientSuppliers andVendorsOperationalExecutiveInternal External
Headspace ProjectStakeholder Interest in the Project Stakeholder NameStakeholder TypeInterest in the Project PatientExternal and OperationalThe patients are the entitiesthat will be suffering from amental condition and willrequire a treatment for thesystem. In the current system,the patients have to repeattheir story in front of everycase worker and a member ofthe medical team. With thesetting up of an automatedsystem for informationrecording, the need to repeatthe story will be eliminatedwhich is why the patients willbe interested in the project. Case Workers and MedicalTeam Internal and OperationalCurrently, there is a lot ofproblem that the case workersand medical team membersface to extract the requiredinformation from the patients.It is because of the reason thatthe patients get irritated whenthey are asked the same set ofquestions again and again.This brings up problems in thediagnosis and treatment aswell. These issues will be4

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