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ARTIFICIAL INTELIGENCE AND ITS USE IN THE PROCESS OF PROVIDING HEALTH CARE
 
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DOI: 10.13166/WSGE//FXXY5737
ABSTRACT
In the article, the author discusses the issue of electronic health care with a focus on telemedicine. The first part of the paper provides an overview and explanation of the basic related concepts, which are electronic healthcare and e-health, telemedicine and health care. In this part, the author also summarizes the relevant legislation. The author also presents the performance of telemedicine in the conditions of the Slovak Republic. Above all, the author asks which legal institutes are affected by another way of providing health care, which is distance medicine? The author gradually analyzes selected issues, namely instruction and informed consent, making audio or video-audio recording, recording telemedicine performance in medical documentation and payment for such performance. The conclusion of the article is devoted to summarizing and pointing out the threats and challenges of telemedicine, which the author considers the use of private communication platforms, the related violation of cyber security and the use of artificial intelligence. Key words: electronic healthcare, e-health, telemedicine, remote medicine, remote health care provision
 
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