Ai has its own contribution not only in medical diagnosis, but also in the establishment of the entire medical system.
From the point of view of hospitals, in the past, there was little communication between hospitals, and each hospital had its own and only its own medical records management system. Hospitals cannot be connected to the external network, and these medical records can only be circulated within the hospital, which to a large extent affects the patient experience, the efficiency of medical treatment and the sharing of cases between hospitals. Nowadays, with the development of big data, cloud computing and other technologies, more and more hospitals have opened their own network system, and a “medical consortium” can be formed between hospitals, so as to better serve patients.
The application of artificial intelligence is not only reflected in the construction of hospital informatization, but also more reflected in the construction of medical system. Here’s where precision medicine comes in.
Precision Medicine is a new medical concept and medical model based on personalized Medicine, developed with the rapid progress of genome sequencing technology and the cross application of bio-information and big data science. Its essence is to analyze, identify, verify and apply biomarkers for a large sample population and specific disease types through genomics, proteomics and other omics technologies as well as cutting-edge medical technologies, so as to accurately find the cause and therapeutic target of a disease, and accurately classify different states and processes of a disease. Finally, the goal of personalized and precise treatment for diseases and specific patients is realized, and the benefits of disease diagnosis, treatment and prevention are improved.
As a next-generation diagnosis and treatment technology, precision medicine has great technical advantages over traditional diagnosis and treatment methods. Compared with traditional diagnosis and treatment methods, precision medicine is more accurate and convenient. On the one hand, mutation genes of cancer can be found out through gene sequencing, so that appropriate drugs can be quickly determined, saving patients the time to try various treatment methods and improving the treatment effect. On the other hand, gene sequencing requires only the patient’s blood and even saliva, without the need for traditional pathological sections, which can reduce the damage to the patient’s body during the diagnosis process. It can be predicted that the emergence of precision medical technology will significantly improve the diagnosis and treatment experience and effect of cancer patients, with great development potential.
Precision medicine, as a vane of the future development of the medical industry, can be said to be the trend of The Times. Future, every one of us will have a belong to his own “doctor”, the “doctor” is a virtual system of artificial intelligence, it can be based on the genetic inheritance of human, past records, such as data analysis, for every one to develop a set of unique to his own health plan, and provide some advice on life and eating habits. And this virtual private doctor can help us to do a good job of disease prevention, health management.
Smart medicine moves ahead in controversy
While technologies such as artificial intelligence, big data, and cloud computing are disruptive to the healthcare industry, security is a growing concern. The security and confidentiality of personal information, as well as the security of the network, has always been a topic of concern, in the medical industry is no exception. At present, more and more network security solution providers began to guarantee the network security of medical information to launch their own solutions, to make their own contribution to the development of smart medical.
On the other hand, with the development of AI in the medical industry, people are worried about whether ai will completely replace doctors in the future. According to the current development trend and the attitude of some experts and scholars, this situation will not happen. After all, AI is a technology developed by humans to help doctors make faster and more accurate diagnoses, not to replace them. In addition, as artificial intelligence, it also has its limitations. The diagnosis and treatment of some new cases mainly rely on doctors’ experience.
Although there are many controversies about artificial intelligence, I still believe that in the future, everyone can have their own “private doctor”, who can help us manage our health and assist doctors to make diagnosis and treatment when we are sick. In the future, ARTIFICIAL intelligence will be more and more applied to the medical field, so as to improve the efficiency of medical treatment, as well as the medical experience of patients, to safeguard human health.