Nonthaburi’s Department of Medical Services (DMS) is poised to usher in a new era of healthcare with the integration of artificial intelligence (AI) technology. The primary objective of this technological advancement is to revolutionize data analysis and transmission, with a paramount goal of elevating the quality of medical services available to the public.
This groundbreaking initiative is in lockstep with the Ministry of Public Health’s strategic quick win policies, which place a profound emphasis on enhancing service delivery within the healthcare sector.
Dr. Cholnan Srikaew, the esteemed Minister of Public Health, recently paid a visit to the DMS and used the occasion to underline the significance of sharing expertise in medicine and medical technology across various government agencies. Dr. Srikaew firmly believes that AI will serve as the linchpin in the optimization of data processing, leading to seamless integration between different agencies and, ultimately, a substantial enhancement in the efficiency of public healthcare services.
In an unrelated development, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has sounded the alarm over a particular brand of expired baby formula that has surfaced as a concerning case of food fraud.
Dr. Cholnan expressed his profound concern over the delayed issuance of this crucial advisory, underscoring the paramount importance of safeguarding consumer safety. He conveyed a commitment to launching a thorough investigation to determine the root causes of this delay, with an unwavering dedication to ascertaining whether negligence played a role in the matter. The Minister eagerly awaits a comprehensive report that will shed light on this critical issue.