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In Moscow, at the Diagnostic Center for Laboratory Research (DCRL), a pilot project has begun to introduce artificial intelligence into the work of the city laboratory diagnostic service. The Deputy Mayor of Moscow for Social Development spoke about this Anastasia Rakova.

“We make every effort to ensure that our medicine is advanced and provide our specialists with modern tools. And for this we need to apply and develop digital technologies and, in particular, artificial intelligence. Another area where the implementation of such solutions begins is the city laboratory service. At the city laboratory research center, a pilot project is being carried out to introduce a digital assistant that will be able to recognize pathological changes in the biomaterial under study in the background and signal a specialist about this. Today, artificial intelligence has already passed the first stage of training and learned to recognize the norm; now the algorithms analyze the anonymized results of studies with pathological changes. This way, specialists will be able to spend more time on the most complex cases, engage less in routine processes, and most importantly, recognize the signs of a disease even when it is not the direct object of research,” said Anastasia Rakova.

The experiment is currently being conducted in the direction of “liquid cytology” – this is a cytological research method for diagnosing benign and malignant cell changes. In the future, the project can be scaled to other areas. In addition, in the future they plan to implement the service into a unified information system, which allows automating all stages of cytological and histological studies. Increasing the speed and quality of their implementation is one of the tasks of the Moscow healthcare system.

The pilot project is being implemented by DTsLI specialists together with researchers Moscow Center for Innovative Technologies in Healthcare(Medtech) within the framework of grant support from the Moscow Mayor.

The capital has been digitalizing the healthcare system for more than 10 years. This process is based on a single digital platform, which is being developed by the social development complex of Moscow and the capital Information Technology Department. It allows you to manage each patient at all stages – from diagnosis, treatment to follow-up. Thanks to the platform, all data on the health status of citizens is available online to both doctors and patients. The project provides various services for specialists and patients, simplifying their interaction and improving the quality of research and treatment.

The project corresponds to the goals and objectives of the national project “Healthcare” and is aimed at improving the quality and accessibility of medical care for Moscow residents.

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