Covid, we live the flop of twentieth-century anti-digital health care

The hospital-centric model, the organisational form of family medicine, the lack of multidisciplinarity in the CTS, the lack of self-criticism and planning of the NHS after the first lockdown, the emphasis on televisits and not on active remote surveillance: these are the mistakes that are costing us dearly and how to remedy them.

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Casual machine learning makes medical diagnoses more accurate

Source: Improving the accuracy of medical diagnosis with causal machine learning, Nature Communications volume 11

Babylon Health has published in the journal Nature an interesting study on improving the accuracy of medical diagnoses through casual machine learning.

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