Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare

20 Oct 2021

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Artificial Intelligence (AI) is increasingly being used throughout the healthcare continuum – from administration, to clinical decision support to increase system efficiency and improve patient outcomes. However, alongside the benefits are also risks and ethical concerns if AI is not safely designed and implemented.

To support patient safety and improve trust in the use of AI in healthcare, the Ministry of Health (MOH), the Health Sciences Authority (HSA), and the Integrated Health Information Systems (IHiS) co-developed the MOH Artificial Intelligence in Healthcare Guidelines (AIHGle) (read as ‘agile’).

The Guidelines:

a) Share good practices with AI developers (e.g. manufacturers or companies) and AI implementers (e.g. healthcare institutions – hospitals, clinics, laboratories); and
b) Complement HSA’s regulations of AI-Medical Devices (AI-MDs).


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