Transforming clinical clerkship processes with integrated information systems

Hery Dian Septama, Lukmanul Hakim, Meizano Ardhi Muhammad, Fidha Rahmayani, Dwi Indria Anggraini, Siska Lania, Robert Bestak


There are still many manual administrative processes involved in clinical clerkships. However, digital technologies and software solutions can significantly improve medical education. This paper aims to utilize extreme programming (XP) as a methodology for developing the information system. A total of 23 user stories have been planned for completion. The priority of each requirement stated in the user stories is determined using the MoSCoW prioritization technique. The results indicate that the software successfully passed all tests among the 23 black box testing scenarios. Developing an integrated information system to streamline clinical clerkships has been successfully achieved. The user experience questionnaire (UEQ) is utilized to gather the perspectives of hospital management and medical faculty members regarding the information system. The average scores for each category are as follows: 1.93 for attractiveness, 2.04 for perspicuity, 2.20 for efficiency, 2.06 for dependability, 2.14 for stimulation, and 1.85 for novelty. Therefore, it can be concluded that all existing user experience scales exhibit an outstanding degree of user satisfaction.


Clinical clerkship; Extreme programming; Integrated system; Medical education; User experience questionnaire

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International Journal of Electrical and Computer Engineering (IJECE)
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