MACHINE LEARNING AND HEALTH CARE Rama Bhagwat, Student, Bachelor in Computer Application1, Sonia Vijaykumar, Student, Bachelor in Computer Application2, KLES’s Institute, Hubballi Abstract: Healthcare informatics, a multi-disciplinary field has become synonymous with the technological advancements and big data challenges. With the need to reduce healthcare costs and the movement towards personalized healthcare, the healthcare industry faces changes in three core areas namely, electronic record management, data integration, and computer aided diagnoses. Machine learning a complex field in itself offers a wide range of tools, techniques, and frameworks that can be exploited to address these challenges Introduction:
Receptionist need to register new patient and book appointment for doctor and lab test. After that, doctor need diagnosis the patient and produce report to give treatment. Nurse need to assist doctor by prepare medical tools and medicine for patients. Accountant need receive payment and generate bill to patient. Accountant need to prepare statement of income and expenditure of daily.
Patient data: Patient data is the information related to each particular patient and is important and related to decisions about present or future healthcare or illness. These data should be gathered using methods that reduce systematic and random error. The number of application involving these computerized decision support systems is large and could possibly involve using the whole chain of both clinical and non-clinical activities. Potential usages of computerized decision support systems are presented below: • Preventive care such as vaccination reminders, • Ordering investigations such as reminders for previously presented results, • Interpreting investigations such as computer-aided detection for screening mammography, • Diagnostics such as proposing a diagnosis of heart disease based on electrocardiogram results in the patient record, • Disease management such as blood pressure monitoring in people with
This helps in implementing customer relationship management and also maintains medical history of the patient. Administration It handles all the entry details for the hospital requirement e.g. appointment date, consultation detail, consultancy fee and service charges. Laboratory Maintains the investigation requests by the patient and generation of test results for the available services e.g. X-ray, stool, and clinical pathology and ultrasound tests.
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What other patients has she or he label since the beginning of the shift? According to Mind Tools Ltd. (1996-2016), a chart can be created to detailed the scenario of the situation. What is the order of the collection process practices among workers? Does it totally embody that of the procedure manual? If the mislabeling began in the nursing department or in the lab, needs to be clearly identified and proceed with identifying the root
Immunization for Patients/Children. Various operational works that are done in a Hospital are:- Transcription info about the Patients that come. Generating bills. Recording information related to diagnosis given to Patients. Keeping record of the Immunization provided to children/patient role .
The use of hospital information system (HIS) to help manage the general hospital, such as patient records. Medical Device Management, track reports and medical decisions Data retention is important . Hospitals focus on the use of information technology. More widely and the recognition
We aimed to develop applicable reforms. These interventions should be analyzed in the hospital based on 1) ability to mitigate the contributing factor 2) team's belief that the intervention will be implemented and executed (12). Results: We divided results into five main steps. These sections included root causes identification, the constraints, and problems due to root causes, the current procedure in allocating days and rooms to surgeons, FDG member recommended interventions and intervention in priority for the hospital in our