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Bangladeshi “SuSastho.AI” for clinically validated answers

In Bangladesh, adolescent sexual and reproductive health, rights, and mental health (SRMH) issues are some of the major challenges due to societal taboos & stigma. To address these challenges, CMED Health has developed a Generative Artificial Intelligence (AI) engine called “SuSastho.AI” to make healthcare accessible at one’s fingertips.

CMED Health plans to implement this solution – which provides real-time clinically validated answers to queries on adolescent health. The AI engine SuSastho.AI is a multi-layered platform for SRMH education, screening, referral, and data analytics which can be used on the web, Android, and iOS devices.

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Combined with Automated Speech Recognition (ASR) & Text To Speech (TTS) technology, it will provide access to information on SRMH issues, risk assessment & pathways to care for adolescents. It functions as a medically-trained chatbot which educates users, identifies problems, and assesses risks. It also connects users to appropriate healthcare providers, offering telemedicine and specialized care when needed. In future, this platform will provide actionable insights for policymakers to understand healthcare needs & allocate resources effectively.

Professor Khandaker A. Mamun, Founder, Simed Health said, the app was developed by the developers of Bangladesh with the funding of Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Bangla Medical GPT “Susastha. AI” is made by domestic company named SIMED working on AI . Where any question related to health is answered immediately with an accuracy rate of 90 percent.

He said, the answers found in various search engines are often filled with errors and irrelevance. But “Susastha. AI answer is clinically validated and triple verified.

From the app, teenagers can get specific knowledge about mental, reproductive and sexual health. It will be gradually rolled out to all age groups as well.

Now the app is being used to some limited users for test purposes. Some users said to infosecbulletin that, solutions to various health related issues can be easily obtained through this chatbot without any hassle. As a result, both time and money are saved, as well as all kinds of problems can be questioned without hesitation.

Disabled people can use this app with voice commands. Now a limited number of experimental users are using the app. The institute plans to open it to all soon.

CMED Health (www.cmed.com.bd) is a health-tech startup transforming the healthcare landscape in Bangladesh using its 360-degree digital healthcare platform by connecting over 4 million people with health services, early diagnosis, health education, & referrals for intervention to achieve Universal Health Coverage (UHC) for the SDG by utilizing smart medical technologies integrated into smartphone applications.

 

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