The new system analyzes the patient's complaints and offers three preliminary diagnoses, a list of tests to confirm them and a list of specialists whose consultations are necessary for treatment. Doctors of adult polyclinics in Moscow have a digital assistant that allows them to make preliminary diagnoses more accurately, Sergei Sobyanin said during a visit to the city polyclinic No. 68 on Malaya Yakimanka (building 22, building 1). Work on key projects in the field of digitalization of healthcare does not stop even during the pandemic. For several months, computer vision and artificial intelligence have been used to detect coronavirus pneumonia on CT scans, and doctors can enter data into an electronic card using voice. According to Sergei Sobyanin, Moscow is entering a new stage of informatization of the medical system. Prior to that, the city created a digital database - a Unified Medical Information and Analytical System (EMIAS), which covers the solution of almost all tasks within.

Today, 87 protocols on the most common diseases have already been prepared. The system helps to make a preliminary diagnosis, offers a list of studies necessary to confirm it, as well as a list of doctors whose consultations the patient will need. The doctor also gets access to a questionnaire filled out in advance by the patient.

"Artificial intelligence technologies are based on a large amount of data. And we often say that artificial intelligence is the cherry on the cake. Only to put this cherry, you need to bake a cake first. Here in Moscow, this cake, if not yet baked to the end, is at a very high stage of readiness," added German Gref.