[Data-driven integrated diagnostics: the natural evolution of clinical chemistry?]

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[Data-driven integrated diagnostics: the natural evolution of clinical chemistry?]

Ned Tijdschr Geneeskd. 2019 Feb 28;163:

Authors: van Solinge WW, Ten Berg MJ, Haitjema S

In the near future, making a correct medical diagnosis will be increasingly supported by artificial intelligence. The development of algorithms that integrate all data from an individual into the diagnostic process calls for a multidisciplinary approach that includes not only healthcare professionals and patients, but also data scientists. Because of the position of the clinical chemist in the current health care process, this medical specialist is naturally suited to initiate the development of self-learning diagnostic algorithms and to take the lead in the process to take big data to the next level and create value for health care.

PMID: 30875155 [PubMed – in process]

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