Improving Medical Systems in the United States using Knowledge-Based Systems

by   Seongwoo Choi, et al.

America has one of the best medical systems in the world. The medical treatment care options offered by the medical system make it sophisticated. However, many American patients are not receiving health care on a regular basis, and at the same time, they cannot afford it. Also, the current medical system has many flaws such as high medical treatment costs and lack of doctors to accommodate many patients. This paper presents the principles of medical artificial intelligence called the knowledge based system. Doctors can remotely check and monitor their patients health data, medical history, how and what medical tests were done, and the lab results. The patients have access to detailed health information online and do not need to make an appointment with doctors to check their health on a daily basis. One doctor can check many patients simultaneously online (when medical centers are understaffed) and do not need to spend a lot of time with patients. Thus, doctors save more money for patients, because patients will no longer be transporting to medical centers to receive routine health check-ups. Patients do not need to overpay for their insurance because they will have access to the knowledge-based system, and the system will save the patients money to have their health checked and reduce the number of unnecessary medical exams. This paper undertakes a brief overview of research work done in a knowledge based system rule based expert systems in the field of medical practices.


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