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आयतन 8, मुद्दा 2 (2023)

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Utilizing Observational Studies and Meta-Analyses to Drive Informed Clinical Decision-Making and Shape Health Policy: A Comprehensive Approach

Neredo Raglon*

This paper explores the importance of observational studies and meta-analyses in driving informed clinical decision-making and shaping health policy. Observational studies provide valuable insights into the real-world effectiveness and safety of medical interventions, while meta-analyses offer a robust statistical approach to synthesize data from multiple studies. Combining these methodologies allows healthcare professionals and policymakers to make evidence-based decisions that can improve patient outcomes and optimize resource allocation. This comprehensive approach not only enhances clinical practice but also informs health policy development for the betterment of public health.

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Advancing Clinical Decision−Making and Health Policy: Harnessing Observational Studies and Meta Analyses for Informed Insights and Strategies

Teredo Naglon*

Observational studies and meta-analyses play a critical role in advancing clinical decision-making and health policy. These research methodologies provide valuable insights into the effectiveness, safety, and comparative effectiveness of healthcare interventions in real-world settings. This article explores the significance of observational studies and meta-analyses in generating evidence-based insights and strategies to inform clinical practice and shape health policies. We discuss the strengths and limitations of these methodologies, their applications in different healthcare domains, and the challenges associated with their implementation. Furthermore, we highlight examples of successful utilization of observational studies and meta-analyses to guide clinical decision-making, improve patient outcomes, and influence health policy. By harnessing the power of these research methodologies, healthcare stakeholders can enhance the quality of care delivery, optimize resource allocation, and promote evidence-based policymaking.


Clinical, Economic and Ethical Considerations for Integrating AI Software into Routine Colonoscopy

Idan Levy*

The Chaim Sheba Medical Center, Tel Hashomer, Israel was one of the first public hospitals in the world to introduce artificial intelligence (AI) into every one of their colonoscopy suites. It invested in seven GI Genius™ Intelligent Endoscopy Modules in order to make the performing of AI colonoscopies routine in the department. This article explains the clinical rationale that drove this decision as well as the ethical considerations which had to be taken into account.

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