A Framework Design for Centralised Monitoring of Patient Disease Diagnosis for Better Improvement
Ashwini B. Sable1, A. S. Kapse2

1Ashwini B. Sable, Student, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, AEC, Chikhli, (Maharashatra) India.

2Dr. A. S. Kapse, HOD, Department of Computer Science and Engineering, AEC, Chikhli, (Maharashatra) India. 

Manuscript received on 28 March 2024 | Revised Manuscript received on 08 April 2024 | Manuscript Accepted on 15 April 2024 | Manuscript published on 30 April 2024 | PP: 47-52 | Volume-13 Issue-4, April 2024 | Retrieval Number: 100.1/ijeat.D443813040424 | DOI: 10.35940/ijeat.D4438.13040424

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Abstract: Healthcare recommendation systems have garnered significant attention in recent times due to their capacity to improve patient outcomes and treatment. This literature review intends to assess the current state of patient healthcare referral systems by examining relevant studies, techniques, and findings. The report focuses on key research areas, challenges, and viable strategies for the future in the field of patient-centered health recommendation systems. Currently, healthcare administration is in high demand due to its significant advantages in managing hospitals or medical practices. Health management systems are increasingly affecting the entire world on a daily basis. The rising demand for healthcare is attributed to various factors, including the availability of healthcare solutions. The health prediction system is an online initiative designed to provide user support and advice. This study proposes a technology that allows consumers to receive immediate online health guidance from an intelligent healthcare system. The system encompasses a multitude of disorders and symptoms associated with different bodily systems. Data mining technologies can be utilized to identify the most probable disease associated with a patient’s symptoms. By logging into the system, a doctor can retrieve and review their patient’s information and reports within the doctor’s module. Physicians have the ability to analyze the patient’s browsing history and the specific information they are seeking, taking into account their medical prognosis. The doctor has access to his data. The database administrator has the ability to incorporate additional disease information, such as the type of disease and its symptoms. The data mining system runs based on the condition’s name and symptoms. The administrator has access to the database including information on diseases and symptoms. Recommender systems employ diverse machine learning techniques in many domains, such as the healthcare recommendation system (HRS), to advise and promote services or entities to users. Due to the vast array of algorithms documented in the literature, the science of artificial intelligence is now widely employing machine learning techniques in various application domains, including the HRS. Nevertheless, the process of selecting an appropriate machine learning algorithm for a health recommender system seems to be time-consuming.

Keywords: Management, Data mining, Recommendation System, Artificial Intelligence, Domain.
Scope of the Article: Data Mining