Recent Solutions in the Field of Automated Monitoring and Quality Control of Telemedical Services

Recent Solutions in the Field of Automated Monitoring and Quality Control of Telemedical Services

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Volume-71 Issue-1
Year of Publication : 2023
Author : Georgy Stanislavovich Lebedev, Elena Yuryevna Linskaya, Aslan Adal`bievich Tatarkanov, Abas Khasanovich Lampezhev
DOI : 10.14445/22315381/IJETT-V71I1P207

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Georgy Stanislavovich Lebedev, Elena Yuryevna Linskaya, Aslan Adal`bievich Tatarkanov, Abas Khasanovich Lampezhev, "Recent Solutions in the Field of Automated Monitoring and Quality Control of Telemedical Services," International Journal of Engineering Trends and Technology, vol. 71, no. 1, pp. 62-78, 2023. Crossref,

Currently, telemedical services are becoming increasingly widespread. Therefore, for automated and anticipatory control of diseases, pathologies, and medical errors, it is advisable to develop complexes for automated monitoring and control of telemedical services. This study aims to determine the current development level of software packages for computer-aided monitoring and control of telemedical services and to predict future development trends. This study considers Russian and foreign organizations engaged in creating automated distributed monitoring and online quality control systems for telemedical services. A systematic literature review was conducted to identify market leaders and characteristics of existing and emerging systems. This analysis helped determine: the current technical level of the complexes mentioned above, the main technical solutions used and the technical requirements for advanced complexes, and the trends of further industry development. It was found that in the Russian market, no systems allow full control of the quality of informational telemedical services, making such complexes promising for development and commercialization. Proposals for the architecture and functional capabilities of the software complex for automated monitoring and control of telemedical services were formulated.

Automated monitoring, Image artifact, Neural network, Quality control, Telemedical service, Telemedicine, Video stream control.

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