JP5386622B1 - Progress management system and program - Google Patents

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JP5386622B1
JP5386622B1 JP2012203688A JP2012203688A JP5386622B1 JP 5386622 B1 JP5386622 B1 JP 5386622B1 JP 2012203688 A JP2012203688 A JP 2012203688A JP 2012203688 A JP2012203688 A JP 2012203688A JP 5386622 B1 JP5386622 B1 JP 5386622B1
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The present invention provides a progress management system and a program in which a person in charge can easily grasp the progress of an entire business.
Upon receiving a medicine supply job, the progress status management system 100 distributes the provided job to a plurality of work, and selects the corresponding work corresponding to the distributed work. For each of the selection unit generation unit 12 that generates a plurality of selection units 120 that display information related to the corresponding work, the end reception unit 15 that receives the end of the work, and the plurality of person-in-charge devices 1, the selection unit Display control means 17 for displaying 120 in a predetermined order and displaying the end on the selection unit 120 corresponding to the work whose end has been accepted.
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  The present invention relates to a progress management system and program for supporting a task of providing a medicine.

  The development of information processing technology has spread widely to medical institutions such as pharmacies that dispense and provide drugs, increasing convenience. For example, in medical institutions, computers such as a receipt computer that supports the creation of a receipt (medical remuneration statement) have been known so far, and it is possible to create a receipt without the need for advanced specialized knowledge or complicated calculations. ing. In recent years, systems that electronically manage patient information such as drug history have become widespread.

  Conventionally, since the computer and the system for managing the drug history are hardware independent computers, for example, Patent Document 1 discloses both functions of a computer for a pharmacy having a function of a receptacle and a drug history management function. An effectively linked pharmacy computer is disclosed.

JP 2011-118535 A

By the way, since the drug supply operation is composed of a large number of operations, if one person in charge handles these many operations, it takes time from receiving the prescription to providing the drug, and the patient Makes you wait for a long time. Therefore, in recent years, division of labor has been promoted also in the drug supply work in the pharmacy, and a large number of operations are shared by a plurality of persons in charge. Thereby, since the medicine providing operation is simultaneously performed in parallel by a plurality of persons in charge, it is possible to shorten the time from receiving the prescription to providing the medicine.
In the following, “business” refers to a series of processes from receiving a prescription to providing a drug. It means to monitor the progress and results, grasp the evaluation and problems, and communicate to doctors and patients. More specifically, (1) Prescription information is appropriate for the patient as a “medicine specialist” based on information on pharmaceuticals such as pharmacological viewpoints and the latest pharmaceutical information, and information on patient physiology and living environment. (2) Formulation design (preparation processing such as drug crushing, preparation, mixing, examination of packaging, etc.) so that it can be provided in an optimal manner for patients based on prescription information, and diagnosed Pharmacists instructed based on the pharmacist's expertise to optimize patients individually, monitor their progress and results, grasp evaluations and problems, (3) Deliver with information provision (medicine guidance) to allow patients to use the drug properly (maximize their management ability to avoid interaction or side effects), ( ) Confirm that the patient used it properly, (5) Evaluate the effectiveness after use and confirm the presence or absence of interaction and side effects, (6) A series of information until this information is fed back to the prescription A cycle. In addition, “work” refers to individual processes (for example, reception of prescriptions, dispensing, drug provision, etc.) that constitute a business.

  Here, when work is shared by a plurality of persons in charge, each person in charge performs work independently of other persons in charge, so it is desirable to appropriately grasp the progress of the entire business. In addition, from the patient who accepts the provision of the medicine, it is desired to grasp how long it will be possible to receive the provision of the medicine.

  The present invention has been made in view of such a demand, and an object of the present invention is to provide a progress management system and a program in which a person in charge can easily grasp the progress of the entire business. Another object of the present invention is to provide a progress management system and program capable of notifying a patient who accepts provision of a medicine of the progress of work.

  (1) A progress management system that is used by a person in charge of providing a medicine and includes a plurality of terminal devices provided in accordance with the work constituting the providing work. A work distribution unit that distributes the work to a plurality of work, and a plurality of selection units that display information related to the corresponding work by being selected and corresponding to the plurality of work distributed by the work distribution unit A selection unit generation unit to generate, an end reception unit to receive work completion, and a plurality of the selection units generated by the selection unit generation unit are displayed in a predetermined order for each of the plurality of terminal devices. And a progress control system comprising: display control means for displaying an end on the selection unit corresponding to the work whose end has been received by the end receiving means.

  According to the progress status management system of (1), the selection unit corresponding to the work constituting the provision work is displayed on the terminal device used by the person in charge, and when the work is completed, the selection unit is displayed as having been finished. . As a result, it is possible to distinguish the completed work and the unfinished work among the work that constitutes the provided work from the end display shown in the selection section, and the person in charge can easily check the progress status of the whole work. I can grasp it.

  (2) The progress management system according to (1), wherein, when the work includes a plurality of individual works, the display control unit displays an end display for the individual work on the selection unit.

  According to the progress management system (2), it is possible to grasp the progress of each work, and it is possible to grasp the progress of the entire business in more detail.

  (3) The progress status according to (1) or (2), further comprising charge assignment means for assigning the work to the person in charge, wherein the display control means displays the person in charge of the corresponding work on the selection unit. Management system.

  According to the progress management system of (3), the person in charge of the work can also be grasped. For example, by appropriately performing care for the person in charge, the entire work is delayed. Can be prevented.

  (4) It is provided with work progress calculation means for calculating the progress of work according to the time since the assigned assignment means assigns the person in charge, and whether or not each of the plurality of works constituting the provided work is completed and the progress A work progress calculating means for calculating the progress status of the provided work based on the situation; and a patient display device for performing a predetermined display for a patient who is provided with the medicine; and the display control means comprises the patient The progress status management system according to (3), wherein the progress status of the provided work calculated by the work progress calculating means is displayed on a display device for use.

  According to the progress management system of (4), since the progress of the provided work is displayed to the patient, the patient can grasp how long it is possible to receive the provision of the drug later, Dissatisfaction during the waiting time can be reduced. At this time, since the progress of the provided work is calculated using not only the end of the work but also the work progress according to the elapsed time, the patient will be informed of the more detailed progress of the provided work. Can do.

  (5) The progress management system according to (4), wherein the work progress calculation unit calculates a progress that progresses at different speeds according to a type of medicine to be provided and a patient's disease.

  According to the progress management system of (5), since the progress progresses at different speeds depending on the type of medicine to be provided and the patient's disease, it is possible to inform the patient of the progress that is more realistic. .

  (6) The progress management system according to (4) or (5), wherein the work progress calculation unit calculates a progress that progresses at a different speed for each of the plurality of works.

  According to the progress management system of (6), since the progress progresses at a different speed for each work, it is possible to inform the patient of the progress that is more realistic.

  (7) The display control means displays at least one of information for specifying a patient, information related to work, and progress in a different manner between the patient display device and the terminal device. The progress management system according to any one of (4) to (6).

  According to the progress management system of (7), necessary information can be displayed as appropriate to the patient and the person in charge, and the convenience of the work by the person in charge and the protection of the patient's personal information are appropriately performed. Can do.

  (8) When a computer used by a person in charge of providing a drug receives a drug supply operation, the work distribution means for distributing the supply operation to a plurality of operations, and the plurality of the operations distributed by the work distribution unit For each of the plurality of terminal devices, a selection unit generating unit that generates a plurality of selection units that display information related to the corresponding work by being selected, an end receiving unit that receives the end of the work, Display control means for displaying a plurality of the selection sections generated by the selection section generation section in a predetermined order and displaying an end display on the selection section corresponding to the work whose end has been received by the end reception section. , A program that functions as.

  According to the program of (8), the same effect as the progress management system of (1) is produced.

  According to the present invention, the person in charge and the patient can easily grasp the progress status of the entire business.

It is a figure which shows the structure of a progress condition management system. It is a figure which shows the outline | summary of a chemical | medical agent provision business. It is a block diagram which shows the function structure of a person in charge apparatus. It is a figure which shows the log database of a memory | storage part. It is a figure which shows an example of the display screen displayed on a person in charge apparatus. It is a figure which shows distribution of the person in charge with respect to the operation | work which comprises chemical | medical agent provision work. It is a figure which shows the calculation method of the progress of a chemical | medical agent provision work, and the progress of each operation | work. It is a figure which shows an example of the display screen displayed with respect to the patient who visited the pharmacy. It is a flowchart which shows the flow of a process of a progress condition management system.

  Embodiments of the present invention will be described below with reference to the drawings.

[Configuration of Progress Management System 100]
Referring to FIG. 1, a progress management system 100 according to the present invention informs a patient of a person in charge device 1a,. And a display 3.

The person-in-charge devices 1a... 1n are terminal devices used by persons in charge of each work constituting the medicine providing business.
Here, with reference to FIG. 2 (1), the drug providing service, after receiving a prescription from the patient at the window, dispenses the drug according to the prescription, and when the final audit confirms that the dispensing is appropriate, It consists of a series of flows, such as providing the patient with the drug at the window. As an example, such a drug providing operation includes the operations shown in FIG. 2 (2), that is, "reception", "medicine history confirmation", "prescription audit", "patient information collection", "dispensing design", "explanation regarding medication", "dispensing decision""Dispensing""Finalaudit""Drug delivery accounting". Some of these operations can proceed independently of each other. In the present embodiment, these operations are divided by a plurality of persons in charge. For example, pharmacist A is in charge of “reception”, “patient information collection”, “dispensing”, and “drug delivery accounting” in each of the operations that make up the drug provision work, and “medicine history confirmation” “prescription audit” “dispensing design” “ Pharmacist B is in charge of “Description on medication” and “Dispensing decision”, and Pharmacist C is in charge of “final audit”.
In this embodiment, for example, the person in charge device 1a is used by the pharmacist A, the person in charge device 1b is used by the pharmacist B, and the person in charge device 1c is used by the pharmacist C. Of course, the person-in-charge devices 1a to 1n may be used not only by one person in charge but also shared by a plurality of persons in charge. In addition, since the configuration of the person-in-charge devices 1a... 1n is basically the same, the person-in-charge devices 1a.

  The person-in-charge device 1 is intended to provide multifaceted support in the pharmacy, and is realized by a keyboard, a touch panel, or the like in addition to a control unit that performs various arithmetic processes and a storage unit that stores various information. A general-purpose personal computer including an input unit and a display unit using a display. Such a person-in-charge apparatus 1 has various programs installed therein, and the control unit operates in accordance with these programs, thereby exhibiting a task sharing function unique to the present invention in addition to the receipt control function and the drug history management function. The work sharing function is a function for sharing the medicine supply work to each person in charge and managing the progress of work by each person in charge.

The administrator device 2 is a terminal device that is used by an administrator who manages each person in charge and has administrator authority such as expansion, change, and restriction of functions of the person in charge device 1. Realized by a personal computer. The administrator device 2 can change, for example, the type and number of operations that make up the medicine providing service.
The person-in-charge device 1 and the manager device 2 are connected by a predetermined network line, and cooperate with each other to support a drug providing operation for a patient.

  The display 3 is arranged so as to be directed toward the patient visiting the pharmacy, and displays a progress status indicating the progress of the drug providing work for the patient. The display 3 is communicably connected to the person-in-charge apparatus 1 and / or the manager apparatus 2 and displays a progress status according to instructions from the person-in-charge apparatus 1 and / or the manager apparatus 2.

[Functional configuration of person-in-charge apparatus 1]
Next, the functional configuration of the person-in-charge apparatus 1 for exhibiting the business assignment function will be described with reference to FIG. When performing the work sharing function, the control unit 10 of the person-in-charge apparatus 1 includes a work distribution unit 11, a selection unit generation unit 12, a charge distribution unit 13, a work progress calculation unit 14, and an end reception unit 15. The work progress calculation means 16 and the display control means 17 function. The storage unit 20 is provided with a log database 21.

  When the work distribution means 11 accepts the medicine supply work, the work distribution means 11 distributes the supply work into a plurality of work (for example, each work shown in FIG. 2B). The drug providing service is accepted when the person in charge in charge of the counter receives a prescription from the patient and makes a predetermined registration in the log database 21.

Here, the log database 21 will be described with reference to FIG. The log database 21 includes a work log for managing a medicine providing work and a work log for managing each work constituting the medicine providing work. The log database 21 does not necessarily have to be held by the person-in-charge device 1 itself, as long as each of the person-in-charge devices 1 can freely access it. FIG. 4 (1) shows a work log, and FIG. 4 (2) shows a work log of each work constituting the medicine supply work of the work A02 stored in the work log.
In the business log, information such as “prescription drug”, “reception number”, “patient”, “start time”, “end time”, etc. is stored in association with the “business” that identifies the drug provision business. The work log stores information such as “person in charge”, “input information according to work”, “start time”, “end time”, etc., in association with each “work” constituting the medicine providing work.
When the medicine provision work is accepted, a new “work” is added to the work log, and a work log corresponding to the “work” is newly generated. When a new work log is generated, the fields such as “person in charge”, “input information according to work”, “start time”, and “end time” in the work log remain empty (blank).

  Returning to FIG. 3, the selection unit generation unit 12 generates a selection unit corresponding to each work constituting the medicine providing work, and more specifically, reads a selection button corresponding to each work from the storage unit 20 and selects the selection button. A selection unit arranged in a predetermined order is generated.

  Here, the selection unit will be described with reference to FIG. As shown in FIG. 5A, the selection unit 120 includes selection buttons 121A, 121B,... 121J, person-in-charge displays 122A, 122B, a progress display 123, and a work process display 124. The The selection unit 120 configured as described above is displayed in a lower area of the display unit 30 of the person-in-charge apparatus 1 as shown in FIG.

The selection buttons 121A to 121J (hereinafter may be referred to as “selection buttons 121”) correspond to each work constituting the drug providing business such as “reception”, “medicine history check”, “medicine delivery accounting”, and are in charge. Accepts selections from people. When the selection button 121 is selected by the person in charge, information related to the button type is displayed in the central area of the display unit 30. FIG. 5B shows a display example when the selection button 121D corresponding to “Patient information collection” is selected, and a screen 301 for collecting patient information is displayed in the central area of the display unit 30. ing.
The person-in-charge displays 122A and 122B (hereinafter also referred to as “person-in-charge display 122”) display the persons in charge who are in charge of the corresponding work in the medicine providing business. In FIG. 5, it is displayed that “Taro Taro” is in charge of “prescription audit” of the drug provision work for the patient “Ichiro Higashi Nihon”. In addition, the person in charge in charge of each work is distributed by the charge distribution means 13 described later.

The progress display 123 displays the progress status of the medicine providing business. In the present embodiment, the progress status of the medicine providing work is displayed by clearly indicating the completed work to the person-in-charge apparatus 1 (pharmacy side). At this time, the progress display 123 also displays the end time of the completed work. In FIG. 5, it is displayed that “reception” and “medicine history confirmation” have been completed in the medicine provision work, “reception” is terminated at “15:40”, and “medicine history confirmation” is “15:00” “41 minutes” is displayed. Further, the progress display 123 also displays the elapsed time since the start of the medicine providing work, and in FIG. 5, it is displayed that “4 minutes” have elapsed since the start.
When each work includes a plurality of processes (individual work), the work process display 124 displays how far the work has progressed by displaying the completed process and the process that has not been completed in different modes. . In FIG. 5, the “prescription audit” is composed of three steps, and the second step is displayed.

  In such a selection unit 120, by using the selection button 121, the person in charge can easily display information necessary for the work in charge, and convenience can be improved. In addition, the progress status of the entire medicine providing operation can be easily grasped from the progress display 123, and the entire operation can be smoothly advanced. At this time, since the person in charge who is in charge of each work is displayed as the person-in-charge display 122, it is possible to appropriately perform care for the person in charge whose work is delayed. Further, since the status of each work is displayed in detail like the work process display 124, the overall progress status can be grasped in more detail.

Returning to FIG. 3, the assigned distribution means 13 assigns the person in charge to the work assigned by the work assignment means 11, and stores the assigned person and the assigned time in the work log of the log database 21. The assignment of the person in charge may be performed by an arbitrary method, for example, the person in charge at work may be automatically assigned based on the shift situation of the pharmacy, and the person in charge selects each work by himself / herself. The person in charge may be assigned.
An example of person-in-charge assignment will be described with reference to FIG. FIG. 6 (1) shows a login screen of the person in charge for the progress management system 100. The person in charge selects the name of the person in charge and the work in charge (password) from the login screen shown in FIG. 6A, and logs in to the progress management system 100. Thereby, the person in charge and the work in charge can be acquired.
Thereafter, when the patient is accepted, the cards 131, 132, 133, and 134 corresponding to the accepted patient are displayed on the person-in-charge device 1 of the person in charge. Each of these cards 131 to 134 indicates a drug providing operation for the corresponding patient. For example, the card 131 indicates a drug providing operation for the patient “Hanako East Japan” and indicates that a “final audit” is currently being performed. The person in charge selects the cards 131 to 134 displayed on the person-in-charge device 1, and selects one medicine providing work from a plurality of medicine providing works. As a result, the progress management system 100 can acquire a medicine supply work for performing a work among a plurality of medicine supply work.
In this way, when the type of medicine providing work, the type of work, and the person in charge are acquired, the charge distribution means 13 assigns the person in charge to each work based on the acquired information. It should be noted that the assignment of the person in charge only needs to be able to acquire at least three types of information such as the type of the drug providing business, the type of work, and the person in charge. FIG. 6 is merely one method for obtaining these three pieces of information. However, it is not limited to this.

  Returning to FIG. 3, the work progress calculation means 14 calculates the progress status of the work according to the time after the person in charge is assigned by the assignment assignment means 13. The calculation of the work progress will be described later with reference to FIG.

  The end receiving unit 15 receives the end of the work. The reception of the end may be arbitrarily performed. For example, the end can be received by operating an end button (not shown) by the person in charge to whom the work is assigned. Further, for example, the end may be received in conjunction with an operation of a dispensing machine or the like (not shown) (for example, detecting that the dispensing machine has placed the medicine at a predetermined position).

  The work progress calculation means 16 calculates the progress of the medicine supply work from the presence / absence of the end of each work constituting the medicine supply work and the progress of each work.

  The display control unit 17 performs display control for the display unit 30. As an example, the display control unit 17 displays the selection buttons 121 generated by the selection unit generation unit 12 on the display unit 30 in a predetermined order, and selects that the work accepted by the end reception unit 15 has been completed. Displayed on the progress display 123 of the section 120. Further, the display control means 17 displays the person in charge assigned by the person in charge assigning means 13 as the person in charge display 122 in association with the selection button 121 corresponding to the work in charge.

Here, with reference to FIG. 7, an example of calculating the progress status of the medicine providing work and the progress status of each work will be described.
First, with reference to FIG. 7 (1), calculation of the progress status of the drug provision work will be described. FIG. 7 (1) (a) is a progress bar showing the progress status of the medicine providing work. The progress bar can be divided into a plurality of parts according to each operation constituting the medicine providing business. In this embodiment, since the medicine providing work is divided into nine tasks, the progress bar is divided into nine. In FIG. 7A, the progress bar corresponding to each work has the same length for easy explanation. The progress bar corresponding to each work progresses according to the elapsed time since the work is allocated, and all progresses with the completion of the work. In FIGS. 7 (1) and 7 (b), the progress bars corresponding to the leftmost work are all in progress (work finished), and the progress bars corresponding to the second, third, fourth and fifth work from the left are It is still in progress (work in progress), and the progress bar corresponding to other work is in a state where progress has not yet started (work has not started). The progress status of the medicine providing operation is calculated by adding up the progress bars of these operations. That is, the progress status of the progress bar in FIGS. 7 (1) and (c) is the sum of the progress bars of each work in FIGS. 7 (1) and 7 (b).

Next, the calculation of the progress status of each work will be described with reference to FIG. The progress of each work proceeds according to the elapsed time since the person in charge was assigned. By the way, in the work which constitutes medicine supply work, there are work that finishes in a relatively short time and work that takes a relatively long time. If the progress of these tasks is uniformly managed, it cannot be said that the progress status is necessarily shown.
Therefore, in FIGS. 7 (2) and 7 (a), the progress bar with respect to the elapsed time is made different while the length of the progress bar of each work remains unchanged. That is, for work that ends in a relatively short time, the progress speed with respect to the elapsed time is increased, and for work that ends in a relatively long time, the progress speed with respect to the elapsed time is decreased. This is advantageous in that it is easy to grasp the number of completed tasks when the progress of the entire medicine supply business is represented.
On the other hand, in FIGS. 7 (2) and 7 (b), the progress speed with respect to the elapsed time is the same, and the length of the progress bar of each work is made different for each work. That is, the progress bar itself is shortened for work that ends in a relatively short time, and the progress bar itself is lengthened for work that ends in a relatively long time. Thereby, when the progress of the whole medicine supply business is expressed, it is advantageous in that it becomes easy to visually grasp the remaining time until the medicine supply business is completed.

In FIG. 7 (2), it has been described that the adjustment of the progression speed is performed according to the type of work. However, the present invention is not limited to this, and depending on the drug providing the adjustment of the progression speed and the patient's disease It may be done. For example, a drug with many items to be explained to a patient may require longer work such as “explaining medication”, and therefore the progression speed as shown in FIG. 7 (2) depending on the drug to be provided and the patient's disease. It is good also as adjusting.
In addition, since daily drug supply operations are sequentially accumulated in the log database 21, the progress speed may be adjusted based on the accumulated information. As an example, the time taken for each work stored in the work log is summed up for each identical or similar prescription drug, and the time taken for each work for the prescription drug is calculated based on the total result. As a result of the calculation, it can be realized by slowing the progress speed for work that tends to take a long time, and by increasing the progress speed for work that tends to take a short time.

The progress status of the medicine providing operation calculated in this way is displayed on the display 3 under the control of the display control means 17 (see FIG. 8). In addition, since the display 3 is arrange | positioned toward the patient who visits a pharmacy, it is supposed to display the information different from the information displayed with respect to an operator.
For example, the name of the patient is displayed to the person in charge (see FIG. 6 (2)), but the name of the patient is not displayed on the display 3 (FIG. 8) arranged for the patient. The patient is specified by the reception number where the reception is performed. To display the patient's name to the person in charge, it is preferable to identify the individual patient as the person in charge, such as adjusting the speed of work according to the importance of the patient (patient's medical condition and the patient who is the customer) In addition, the name is not displayed to the patient because it is preferable to protect personal information in relation to other patients. Similarly, for the person in charge, the medical department where the patient has been examined is displayed (FIG. 6 (2)), but the medical department is not displayed for the patient (FIG. 8). . This is because, as a person in charge, inquiries to the hospital can be facilitated by grasping the medical department, displaying the medical department to the patient is not suitable for protecting personal information.
Further, for example, the current work is displayed for the person in charge (see FIG. 6B), but the expected remaining time is displayed for the patient without displaying the current work. (FIG. 8). This is because, as the person in charge, the current work is displayed, so that it is easy to respond to occasional changes, but even if the individual work is displayed for the patient, the patient cannot understand and has no meaning. On the other hand, since the expected remaining time is also displayed for the patient, the patient's dissatisfaction due to the waiting time can be reduced. Note that the expected remaining time can be calculated by subtracting the elapsed time from the reception of the past actual time for the same or similar prescription drug.
In this way, the progress of the drug delivery work is displayed to the patient, so that the patient can grasp how long it will be possible to receive the drug and reduce dissatisfaction during the waiting time. can do. At this time, since the progress status is calculated using not only the presence / absence of work completion but also the work progress status according to the elapsed time, the patient can be informed of the detailed progress status.

[Process of Progress Management System 100]
Next, processing of the progress management system 100 will be described with reference to FIG.
First, the person-in-charge device 1 constituting the progress management system 100 determines whether or not a new patient registration has been accepted from a person in charge of reception at the pharmacy (S1). That is, a patient who visits a pharmacy desires to provide a medicine by giving a prescription to a reception person in charge. In S1, it is determined whether or not a reception registration for a medicine providing operation has been performed based on the received prescription. .

  When a new patient is accepted in S1, the work distribution means 11 of the person-in-charge apparatus 1 generates a medicine providing work corresponding to the patient, and the work log in the log database 21 (FIG. 4 (1) Information necessary for)) is written (S2). In S <b> 2, the work distribution unit 11 divides the medicine providing work into each work, and writes information corresponding to the divided work in the work log (FIG. 4 (2)) of the log database 21. The work distribution means 11 then selects a card (card 131 in FIG. 6 (2)) for selecting work to be shared by the other person in charge for the person in charge device 1 used by persons other than the person in charge of reception. (See -134) is transmitted.

  Subsequent to S2 or when no new patient has been received in S1, the assigned distribution means 13 of the person-in-charge apparatus 1 determines whether or not the person in charge of the work that constitutes the medicine provision work has been received ( S3). That is, the person-in-charge device 1 determines whether or not the displayed card has been selected by the person in charge.

  If the person in charge is accepted in S3, then the person-in-charge distribution means 13 assigns the person in charge of the work that constitutes the drug provision work to the person in charge who has received the person in charge. Information such as the user and start time is written (S4). Based on the information written in the work log, the display control unit 17 displays the person-in-charge display 122 on the selection unit 120 displayed on the display unit 30 of the person-in-charge apparatus 1.

  Subsequently, the work progress calculation means 14 of the person-in-charge apparatus 1 measures the elapsed time since the person in charge started work for the work assigned to the person in charge, and the progress status of the work is determined from this elapsed time. Calculate (S5).

  Subsequently, the end reception unit 15 of the person-in-charge apparatus 1 determines whether or not the end of the work has been received from the person in charge of each work (S6). For the work whose end has been accepted in S6, the end accepting means 15 finishes measuring the elapsed time and writes the end time in the work log of the log database 21. Based on the information written in the work log, the display control means 17 displays the end time by displaying the end time on the progress display 123 of the selection unit 120 displayed on the display unit 30 of the person-in-charge apparatus 1. Perform (S7).

  Subsequent to S7 or when the end is not accepted in S6, the work progress calculation means 16 of the person-in-charge apparatus 1 calculates the progress of the medicine providing work from the presence / absence of the end of each work and the progress of each work. (S8). Subsequently, the display control means 17 of the person-in-charge apparatus 1 displays the calculated progress status of the medicine providing work on the display directed to the patient (S9), and ends the process.

  The present embodiment has been described above. According to such a progress management system 100, the selection unit 120 corresponding to the work constituting the medicine providing work is displayed on the person-in-charge device 1 used by the person in charge, and when the person in charge finishes the work, the selection unit 120 is displayed. A message indicating that the process has been completed is displayed. Thereby, from the end display shown in the selection unit 120, it is possible to distinguish between the completed work and the unfinished work among the work constituting the medicine providing work, and each of a plurality of persons in charge provides the medicine. The progress of the entire business can be easily grasped.

Further, according to the progress management system 100, when each work includes a plurality of processes, the process that has been completed and the process that has not been completed are displayed in a different manner on the work process display 124 of the selection unit 120. . Thereby, it is possible to grasp the progress of each work, and it is possible to grasp the progress of the entire business in more detail.
Further, since the person in charge in charge is displayed as the person-in-charge display 122 on the selection unit 120, for example, by appropriately performing care for the person in charge that is late, it is possible to prevent the entire work from being delayed. .

In the progress management system 100, not only the person in charge grasps the progress, but also the patient is informed of the progress of his / her own drug provision work. Therefore, the patient can grasp how long the patient can receive the drug afterward, and can reduce dissatisfaction during the waiting time. At this time, since the progress of the drug delivery work is calculated using not only the end of the work but also the work progress according to the elapsed time, more detailed progress of the drug delivery work is given to the patient. I can inform you.
The progress of work according to the elapsed time may be advanced at different speeds depending on the drug to be provided, the patient's disease, and the type of work, thereby making the progress more realistic. Can inform the patient.

  As mentioned above, although embodiment of this invention was described, this invention is not restricted to embodiment mentioned above. Further, the effects described in the present embodiment are merely a list of the most preferable effects resulting from the present invention, and the effects of the present invention are not limited to those described in the present embodiment.

  Further, the present invention can be applied to a terminal device having the functional configuration shown in FIG. At this time, having the functional configuration shown in FIG. 3 means that in addition to installing software that realizes the functional configuration in the terminal device, the terminal device uses the software installed in a predetermined server via the network. Includes possible states. That is, the present invention can also be applied to a so-called ASP service that provides business applications to customers through the Internet.

The series of processes described above can be executed by hardware or can be executed by software.
In other words, the functional configuration of FIG. 3 is merely an example, and is not particularly limited. That is, it is sufficient that the computer has a function capable of executing the above-described series of processes as a whole, and what functional block is used to realize this function is not particularly limited to the example of FIG.
In addition, one functional block may be constituted by hardware alone, software alone, or a combination thereof.

When a series of processing is executed by software, a program constituting the software is installed on a computer or the like from a network or a recording medium.
The computer may be a computer incorporated in dedicated hardware. The computer may be a computer capable of executing various functions by installing various programs, for example, a general-purpose personal computer.

DESCRIPTION OF SYMBOLS 1 Person in charge apparatus 10 Control part 11 Work distribution means 12 Selection part production | generation means 13 Charge distribution means 14 Work progress calculation means 15 Completion reception means 16 Work progress calculation means 17 Display control means 20 Storage part 21 Log database 30 Display part 2 Administrator terminal 3 Display 100 Progress management system

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  1. A progress status management system comprising a plurality of terminal devices used in accordance with the work that constitutes the provision work, used by a person in charge of providing a medicine,
    When accepting a drug provision work, a work distribution means for distributing the supply work into a plurality of work,
    A selection unit generating unit that generates a plurality of selection units that correspond to the plurality of tasks distributed by the task distribution unit and that display information related to the corresponding task by being selected;
    An end accepting means for accepting the end of the work;
    For each of the plurality of terminal devices, the plurality of selection units generated by the selection unit generation unit are displayed in a predetermined order, and the selection corresponding to the work whose completion is received by the end reception unit Display control means for displaying the end on the part,
    Responsible distribution means for distributing the work to the person in charge;
    A work progress calculating means for calculating a progress status of the work according to the time since the assigned assignment means assigns the person in charge;
    A work progress calculating means for calculating the progress of the provided work from the presence / absence of completion of each of a plurality of operations constituting the provided work and the progress;
    A patient display device that performs a predetermined display for a patient who is provided with a medicine;
    The display control means displays the progress status of the provided work calculated by the work progress calculating means on the patient display device.
    Progress management system.
  2. The work progress calculation means calculates progress progressing at a different speed depending on the type of medicine to be provided and the patient's disease,
    The progress management system according to claim 1 .
  3. The work progress calculation means calculates a progress situation that proceeds at a different speed for each of the plurality of work.
    The progress management system according to claim 1 or 2 .
  4. The display control means displays at least one of information for specifying a patient, information related to work, and progress in a different manner between the patient display device and the terminal device.
    The progress management system according to any one of claims 1 to 3 .
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