With the population aging, the advance in science and technology, inflation, and the increase of the medical expenditures, the National Health Insurance Administration Ministry of Health and Welfare did their best to control through the reform of the payment system. At the same time, the National Health Insurance Administration Ministry is promoting different patient-centered plans to increase the efficiency and quality of medical service, and publishing the quality of their appointed medical institution on the Internet; hence, we can see how importance medical quality is. The common hospital information system usually only includes administration and medical information, but The Care Theory raised by Watson pointed out that the soul of a person is as an important force of the human concept. Therefore, in the competitive contemporary medical environment focusing on “Body, Mind and Soul” and the aspects of the 4W Hospice Theory - “Whole Person, Whole Journey, Whole Family and Whole Team” are required. Although the 4W Hospice Theory is originated from hospice in caring and supporting patients and their families, but it is also suitable for caring other patients in the hospital. The Multi-disciplinary Care Approach enhances the medical quality that patients receive. With the collaboration of different professionals and specialists, the quality of care that patients, families, care givers and community is enhanced. This study looks at a “Multi-disciplinary Approach Care and Notification System” which uses an Internet interface with simple operating method to improve the communication among team members, sharing of information, and increasing the knowledge of the patients, supplying spiritual and material support in a timely manner to improve the service quality for the patients, achieving the 4W Hospice. This study evaluates the effectiveness of this system through the use of questionnaires and statistical analysis to look at the user’s satisfaction on the “Multi-disciplinary Approach Care and Notification System”. This study also includes interviews with patients and their families to understand their views on the service performed by the medical team, hence evaluating the effectiveness and contribution of this system.