Discussion: Patient Admission Database
I’m studying for my Software Development class and need an explanation.
Panther Memorial has contracted with you to develop a database based upon an entity relationship
model for a patient admission database. Now that you have developed the model, your task is to use
the instructions and entity relationship diagram to implement the database using Microsoft Access.
A Microsoft Access database that contains your implementation of the entity relationship model that
adheres to the instructions and entity relationship diagram provided.
This assignment will be completed individually without collaboration with other students.
Submit your Microsoft Access Database file to Canvas. It is your responsibility to correctly submit the entire assignment on time in Canvas and you may want to reopen your uploaded file to confirm the submission.
Upon review of the diagram that you delivered, Panther Memorial made a few changes and has
provided some additional guidance for building the database. Use the answer key from Assignment I, the entity relationship diagram, to implement the database. Do not use your diagram, use the answer key.
Then ensure that you follow these instructions to complete the database.
Assign appropriate data types for each and every field.
A patient’s name, date of birth, and address is required to be entered anytime a new patient is
Any “State” attribute part of an address should be defaulted to “WI” since our hospital operates
in Wisconsin. For provider, default the degree to MD.
Use an input mask for any SSN, date, or zip code.
For dates, utilize the short date format.
Turn the Patient Expired, Degree, Admission Type, Admission Source, Discharge Status fields
into a combo box. Set the Row Source Type to Value List and then determine how to instruct
Access to allow the entry of values provided for each field within the Row Source. Also set Limit
to List to Yes.
Patient Expired has values of Yes, No
Degree has values of MD, DO, DPM, CNM, NP
Admission Type has values of Emergency, Urgent, Elective, Newborn
Admission Source has values of Direct admission, Transfer, Emergency room
Discharge Status has values of Routine/discharged home, Left against medical advice, Discharged/transferred to short-term facility, Discharged/transferred to long-term care
Email addresses must be null or contain the @ symbol (validation rule). Display the following error message: “Invalid email address format. Please enter an email that contains the @ symbol.”\\
For each table you create, add five rows of test data filling in every field with a value.
Criteria Ratings Pts
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeTables and Attributes (-1 per defect)
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomePrimary Keys (2 points each)
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeRelationships and Foreign Keys (2 points each)
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeRequired Fields
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeDefaulted Values
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeInput Mask
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeDate Format
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeDropdown with value list (3 points each)
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeEmail Address Validation
This criterion is linked to a Learning OutcomeTest Data
Total Points: 100.0
Discussion: Patient Admission Database
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