Welcome Home Page
Maps View Page (showing nearby hospitals' locations)
List View Page (showing nearby hospitals in an ordered list)
Hospital Details Page (shows hospital's contact information, address, number of beds available, etc)
Beta UI Login
Beta UI Homescreen
Beta UI Patient Info
Beta UI Update Patient Info
Beta UI Delete Patient Info
Beta UI Database
Beta UI Hospital Settings
OpenBed is an app heavily influenced by the COVID-19 pandemic, but also by the healthcare field as a whole. We wanted to make an app for social good that could be useful during regular times but also solved a problem that was amplified by the coronavirus.
What it does
OpenBed provides the user with hospital availability services. With the pandemic spreading like a wildfire, soon hospital availability will become limited. Be the first to know where to go with this new app. OpenBed also provides hospital staff with a web app that not only tracks patient information but ensures that information is easily compatible with other hospitals using OpenBed, reducing the amount of paperwork required if transferring. This database is used to determine the current capacity of the hospital and supply that information back to the mobile user.
How I built it
We used React Native to create both native Android and iOS apps, as well as the Google Maps and Places APIs to highlight the hospitals near you. React Native, Google Maps API, Firebase, Java Script, Android Studio and BuilderX were all used. We also bought a domain.com domain at OpenBed.online and were going to implement a GitHub page onto the domain.
Challenges I ran into
Accomplishments that I'm proud of
The aesthetic UI of the native mobile apps, as well as using Firebase backend implementation to store data that theoretically would work in a non-BuilderX setting.
What I learned
What's next for OpenBed
The idea would be that global implementation could be possible with an app like this, however, a quick rollout would require many hospital systems to rework their IT systems, preventing our product from being relevant to the current pandemic. However, OpenBed could still help assist in future pandemics as well as improve day to day life of hospital staff and clientele by reducing workloads.
ChloroSquid#6990 JJD#8069 RADSTER#6720 Jason McCollough#8853