How Artificial intelligence in healthcare institutions helps healthcare worker and patients

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Yasir Awad Ahmed,Hessa meqad alsubaie, Nujud Mesfer Almalki, Abdulaziz saud alzeer, Abdulaziz Abdullah almutairi Naif Mohammed Alanazi, Eman Fawzi Rammal, Nasser Ahmed Alshagdali, Abdulrahman Abdulkhalig Alshamrani, Fahad Mohammed Alwalan, Salman fahad aldawsari, Zakaria Sadiq Bohassan


Background:Advances in artificial intelligence (AI) have created a plethora of opportunities for clinical practice and healthcare. Evidence suggests that AI has the potential to improve healthcare delivery by increasing diagnostic accuracy, optimising treatment planning, and improving patient outcomes

Methodology: Health care workers in the AI need to learn how to use and interact with information systems, as well as have a foundational education in information retrieval and synthesis, statistics and evidence-based medicine appraisal, and predictive model interpretation in terms of diagnostic performance measures.

Results:AI-augmented healthcare systems have the potential to significantly reduce the burden on KSA healthcare systems. The new frontiers opened by Al in healthcare will greatly benefit the KSA population

Conclusions:The Artificial intelligence's ability to process massive amounts of data and provide critical insights quickly will have a significant impact on how medical health services are delivered and managed

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