Smart Healthcare System Adopted in the Tibet Region

Smart Healthcare System Adopted in the Tibet Region

Tibet’s Nagarze County recently adopted the iFLYTEK AI-supported smart healthcare system as multiple localities have made us of cutting-edge systems and technologies to improve healthcare services.

The iFLYTEK Smart Medical Assistant was put into use in Nagarze County during the first half of 2021, enabling local doctors and nurses to provide timely and accurate treatment. On one occasion, a patient had arrived to a local clinic experiencing the symptoms of acute gastritis. Upon the patient’s arrival, the general practitioner was able to quickly record the patient’s basic information on the tablet and the Smart Medical Assistant then provided relevant knowledge graphs and suggestions on effective treatment.

Comai County, also located within the Tibet region, also adopted the Smart Medical Assistant to help with doctors’ daily work with impressive results.

Smart Healthcare System Adopted in the Tibet Region

Doctors use the Smart Medical Assistant system on tablet

Located at an altitude of 4,000m with harsh weather conditions, Cona County has a sporadic collection of grassroots healthcare organizations that limits the ability to establish an integrated medical network. To promote the development of local healthcare services, the county adopted iFLYTEK Healthcare’s Smart Medical Assistant for General Practitioners. In October 2021, the AI-support smart system was installed in all the local healthcare organizations, assisting 160 local doctors in their work.

The AI healthcare assistance system consists of various functions, including accurate diagnosis, smart filing of medical records and medical knowledge retrieval, thereby facilitating doctors’ work and enhancing the overall healthcare services.

At the same time, the system supports automatic follow-ups to patients through sending phone calls and text messages in bulk and then producing visual reports on the results for doctors’ reference. In the fight against the COVID-19, the smart outbound call function has played a significant role in screening risks, sharing acquired knowledge on epidemic prevention and while cutting infections for grassroots medical workers.

By effectively decreasing the rate of misdiagnosis, the Smart Medical Assistant for General Practitioners is expected to better distribute quality medical resources and benefit more people in Tibet, highlighting the potential of using similar technology to address the needs of other regions and places.

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