International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR)

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Review Papers | Health Sciences | India | Volume 9 Issue 8, August 2020


An Overview of Artificial Intelligence (AI) Intervention in Indian Healthcare System

Mrinmoy Roy, Dr. Mohit Jamwal


Abstract: As of late, there has been significant advancement in artificial intelligence and its application in medical healthcare. Days are coming, when these procedures are anticipated to assume control over some of the activities as of now being delivered by Medical Scholars and healthcare administrators. The amalgamation of artificial intelligence in healthcare system is being seen as a revolution towards reducing cost, and improving the efficiency, quality and accessibility of healthcare services to millions of users. From available literature on AI and healthcare systems, the emphasis of most AI based proposals in India has been to spread AI based medical services to remote rural lesser served people who cannot afford quality medical facilities. By leading descriptive, predictive and prescriptive capacities, AI in medicinal services in India is right now ushering to empower human limit instead of replacing overall human work. There are certain challenges for embracing AI in Health care in India–there is a necessity of a sustainable framework of guideline to manage protection and information trustworthiness, while addressing problems with social acknowledgment, consent, risk and clarify capacity. Thus, AI shall be employed in Indian healthcare system to address the problems of economic inequality by improving the accessibility of quality medical facilities. Existing literature also reports that foreign based healthcare firms are experimenting and developing new solutions to existing problems in India. As reported in a report by TCS, firms based in healthcare sector are expecting a significant effect on the employment levels in the near future. Available literature suggests that AI is assisting in providing diagnostic and prescriptive solutions in various leading hospitals in India. By using AI in their healthcare operations, they are able to improve the report quality and efficiency thereby leading to rise in patient’s trust.


Keywords: AI in Healthcare, Healthcare Technology, Indian Healthcare, Arogya Setu, AI in COVID 19


Edition: Volume 9 Issue 8, August 2020,


Pages: 1217 - 1225


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Mrinmoy Roy, Dr. Mohit Jamwal, "An Overview of Artificial Intelligence (AI) Intervention in Indian Healthcare System", International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR), https://www.ijsr.net/get_abstract.php?paper_id=SR20822223443, Volume 9 Issue 8, August 2020, 1217 - 1225

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