The demand for future digital patient files as a safeguard against tampering. Absolutely reliable Transmission, for example.
“It must be ensured that medical data will be voting and findings falsified – i.e., that an x-ray image also looks after the third Time, and Send as before”, – said the head of the kassenärztliche bundesvereinigung (KBV), Andreas streets, the German press Agency. In addition, each Patient will need to decide which data he wants to have electronically available and which are not.
in Order to achieve more value, would have to be digital files for Doctors well searchable, made the streets significantly. “Today, patients come with a plastic bag with x-ray images and Doctor’s notes from the last 20 years. Then the doctor rummages through since three hours and, with luck, a relevant finding, and not just the broken arm as a child.” In order for this to go digital faster, you need a kind of indexability to be able to say: “I want the laboratory findings of the last six months, and then the identifiable need to fuck.”
The Federal government aims to achieve by 2021 the introduction of electronic patient records, the Insured can voluntarily use. A basic structure of an agreement between Doctors and the funds in the meantime. Are able to feed provided for three areas: one with the medical data of Doctors, with Insured-information of the funds and, in the patient data.
“What patient with your file, then can no longer be the responsibility of the doctor,” said CBD chief. “That is the Highness of the patient. If he puts it in the vault, Facebook posts, or bowling night with his friends, each must decide for themselves.”
Reserved lanes expressed to practices fields of Application for artificial intelligence in doctor. Help you can findings about when Evaluating complex laboratory. In particular, where human warmth and attention to be asked, is this but, like robotics, is not a desirable variant. “I warn to let an artificial intelligence diagnoses. It will remain on the medical thing things together and to values for the individual patients situation.”