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Mrs. Nicky Mostert-Phipps

Nicky Mostert-Phipps is a software development Lecturer in the Faculty of Engineering, the Built Environment and Information Technology at the Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University (NMMU) in Port Elizabeth, South Africa. She received her BTech (cum laude) in Information Technology from the Port Elizabeth Technikon in 2002 and her MTech in Information Technology from NMMU in 2005. In 2011 she also completed a Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education (PGCHE) at the NMMU and is currently completing her PhD in Information Technology. Her current research interests focuses mainly on health informatics. She is a board member of the South African Health Informatics Association (SAHIA).

Title:Lecturer
Organization:Nelson Mandela Metropolitan University
University Website:http://www.nmmu.ac.za


Developing a Personally Controlled Health Record (PCHR) Using Microsoft Visual C#

In this project, students learn how personally controlled health records can make it possible for a person to capture, access, and manage his or her own health information in a convenient and secure way. They learn how these records can improve quality of care by improving communication between multiple healthcare providers, and reduce costs by avoiding unnecessary duplication of medical tests. In the laboratory, students use C# to program personally controlled health records. Along the way, they learn programming skills, about how encryption can be used to secure data, and about the design of user-friendly user interfaces.

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