On March 5, 2019, the Russian capital will host the fifth M-Health Congress. The event will feature a panel discussion called “Remote monitoring of chronic patients and remote rehabilitation”.
One of the panelists will be the professor, gerontologist, chairman of Moscow Research Society of Practitioners Pavel Vorobiev. Together with other experts, he will discuss the issues of remote monitoring of patients with chronic diseases. The discussion will also touch upon aspects of remote rehabilitation.
Pavel Vorobiev is a prominent figure in the medical field. He works as an advisor to the governor of the Oryol Region, holds the positions of the president at the Russian Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research and vice-chairman of the Formulary committee.
Pr. Vorobiev has been working in medicine for 38 years. For around 20 years, he had been the Head of the Department of Hematology & Geriatrics of the Faculty for Postgraduate Medical Education, First Sechenov Moscow State Medical University. He founded the first in Russia independent medical publishing house called Newdiamed.
Besides, the professor does research and is an expert member of different commissions and boards. He took part in the modernization of regulatory documents, development of protocols in different areas of medicine.
Today Pavel Vorobiev and a team of specialists are building an innovative artificial intelligence system MeDiKeys intended for providing remote medical treatment in rural areas. This software allows conducting remote occupational health examination. The procedure is carried out in compliance with the rules of the Russian Ministry of Health. The system can survey the patient, make diagnostic hypotheses, and offer a survey plan. The applied artificial intelligence is aimed at helping patients to control the development of chronic diseases.