Drawing on technological advances could improve health services and operational systems including patient data storing/management, and follows the Thailand 4.0-inspired “Smart Hospital” policy, according to Public Health Minister Dr Piyasakol Sakolsatayadorn. “The idea is to ensure that people efficiently receive safe and quality health services and that medical personnel have modern and effective means for seamless working, while administrators have a quality and updated health information system,” he said The use of IoT, AI and Big Data (large and complex data sets to be processed and analysed to reveal patterns for new insights and accurate predictions) improves the quality of in-depth analysis of health information from all angles and improves planning for appropriate services for each location, he added. The ministry now has over 14 billion records of raw information provided via 70 per cent of state hospitals. They are stored on the ministry’s “Big Data” facilities in the Cloud system, Piyasakol said. This information can be used in healthcare policymaking to prevent and treat disease, as well as tackle health challenges faced by Thais, he said. Big Data Hospitals can apply Big Data technology to store, analyse, process and synthesise people’s health information, as well as track the dispensing… Read full this story
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