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DOI :10.26650/acin.750857   IUP :10.26650/acin.750857    Full Text (PDF)

Artificial Intelligence in Health Services and Management

Betül AkalınÜlkü Veranyurt

Increasing chronic diseases and epidemics, such as the Covid-19 pandemic, shows a greater need in home care services of the elderly population due to the prolongation of the average human life span and changes in the expectations of individuals from health services in parallel with the development of health literacy. It also brings about change in health services and management. The cooperation of health services and management, the health sector and othersectors would benefit a wide audience. Health professionals and other occupational groups should be able to work in coordination. In addition, there is a need to use health information technologies in the diagnosis, treatment, rehabilitation of diseases and in the management of health services for the development of public health. Considering all of these, it is inevitable to use artificial intelligence applications in healthcare services and management due to the increasing workload and insufficient number of health workers. A patient-oriented digital health ecosystem is being created in line with current developments in healthcare and technology. It is recommended to make the necessary legal regulations in the use of artificial intelligence applications with promising solutions. 

DOI :10.26650/acin.750857   IUP :10.26650/acin.750857    Full Text (PDF)

Sağlık Hizmetleri ve Yönetiminde Yapay Zekâ

Betül AkalınÜlkü Veranyurt

Günümüzde artan kronik hastalıklar, Covid-19 pandemisi gibi salgınlar, ortalama insan ömrünün uzamasına bağlı olarak artan yaşlı nüfusun evde bakım hizmetlerine olan ihtiyacının artışı ve sağlık okuryazarlığının gelişmesine paralel olarak bireylerin sağlık hizmetlerinden beklentilerindeki değişiklikler; sağlık hizmetleri ve yönetiminde de değişimi beraberinde getirmektedir. Sağlık hizmetleri ve yönetimi, sağlık sektörü ve diğer sektörlerin işbirliği ile geniş kitlelere hitap etmektedir. Sağlık profesyonelleri ile birlikte diğer meslek gruplarının bir arada koordineli bir şekilde çalışabilmesi gerekmektedir. Bunun yanında hastalıkların tanı, tedavi, rehabilitasyonunda ve toplum sağlığının geliştirilmesinde sağlık hizmetlerinin yönetiminde sağlık bilgi teknolojilerinin kullanımına ihtiyaç vardır. Tüm bunlar dikkate alındığında, artan iş yükü yanında yetersiz sayıdaki sağlık insan gücü sebebi ile sağlık hizmetleri ve yönetiminde yapay zekâ uygulamalarının kullanılması kaçınılmazdır. Sağlık alanında ve teknolojide güncel gelişmeler doğrultusunda hasta odaklı dijital bir sağlık ekosistemi yaratılmaya başlanmıştır. Umut vaat eden çözümleriyle yapay zekâ uygulamalarının kullanımında gerekli yasal düzenlemelerin yapılması önerilmektedir.


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