How advanced technology can be a helping hand to the healthcare in Vietnam? Explanation and examples can be found in the sharing of a senior lecturer at the School of Science, Engineering & Technology, in the new research video series – THINK DIFFERENTLY.
In low- and middle-income countries like Vietnam where resources are limited, overcoming the challenges in their healthcare industries related to resource settings like access to care, appropriate diagnosis and treatment systems and cost of care, maybe more difficult.
In the last episode, Program Manager and senior lecturer who has extensive experience in computational science, high-performance computing and AI, Dr Dinh Ngoc Minh gave audiences food for thought on what sort of technology would be useful for the public healthcare in Vietnam.
Highlight of what Dr Minh is currently working on is automatic recognition of doctor handwritten medical documents.
The ongoing project has received massive contributions from the School of Science, Engineering & Technology’s students and can be a strong helping hand to doctors with their daily administration tasks.
Find out more of Dr Minh’s explanation and the progress of his current projects in our last episode of THINK DIFFERENTLY: