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See detailDigitale Gesundheitsanwendungen in der Neurologie
van Schagen, Sijmen UL

in Der Neurologe und Psychiater (2022)

Digital health applications - apps on prescription - are promising and have also arrived in neurology. A fundamentally new approval process has been created for this, defining categories of positive care ... [more ▼]

Digital health applications - apps on prescription - are promising and have also arrived in neurology. A fundamentally new approval process has been created for this, defining categories of positive care effects to be demonstrated. All stakeholders involved are called upon to shape the process so that patients receive the full potential of digital medicine. [less ▲]

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See detailKI und Ethik in der Medizintechnik: ein selbstverständlicher Dreiklang? Warum Ethik für KMUs ein fester Bestandteil der Medizinproduktentwicklung werden muss.
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Article for general public (2022)

Digitization and AI within the medtech industry offer promising opportunities to improve healthcare, but at the same time raise a lot of ethical questions. The relevance of addressing ethical questions ... [more ▼]

Digitization and AI within the medtech industry offer promising opportunities to improve healthcare, but at the same time raise a lot of ethical questions. The relevance of addressing ethical questions for the medtech industry, therefore, is increasing. This is particularly applicable when it comes to the use of artificial intelligence: How should one deal with AI-based health technology as a manufacturer, operator or patient, and as a society? [less ▲]

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See detailHow does Responsible Research & Innovation apply to the concept of the Digital Self, in consideration of privacy, ownership and democracy?
van Schagen, Sijmen UL

Bachelor/master dissertation (2021)

This master thesis studies to what degree Responsible Research & Innovation (RRI) can be applied to the concept of the Digital Self (DS). In order to examine this properly, it focuses on aspects of ... [more ▼]

This master thesis studies to what degree Responsible Research & Innovation (RRI) can be applied to the concept of the Digital Self (DS). In order to examine this properly, it focuses on aspects of privacy, ownership and democracy. This work is inspired by the digital health domain, where a growing number of patients become enabled to benefit from AI-powered clinical decision sup port. Aim of this study is to provide insight into what cases can be considered for exploring new design requirements for digital health applications. Increasingly, we use technology to manage our daily digital selves. Our smartphones, being examples of extensions of ourselves, are able to empower us as citizens within a democracy. The decision-making process belongs more and more to the realm of artificial intelligence (AI), powering our extended selves with algorithms. Although the era of the DS has already begun, it remains unnoticed by the paradigm of RRI. Instead of empowering informational self-determination, RRI tends to be overprotective of an outdated concept of what it is like to act as a human within a democracy which is obviously reshaped by digitization. In order to maintain our general understanding of a democracy, there is a need for a concept of the DS in the near future. Not only will the DS-concept have the capacity to empower a democratic citizen, it will also be able to empower patients within a digital health environment. Due to the data hunger of large technology companies and governments, it has already become clear that the rise of digitization comes with a price for our society and our health. Therefore, it is the DS concept that can make a difference in contributing to ethical and social standards. If the future of digital health offers us – additional to human medical stakeholders – AI-powered digital health apps to increase the quality of healthcare, we have the duty to take our values into account when designing such apps. [less ▲]

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