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Volume 4(2023) Number 2
  • EISSN: 2708-0463

Abstract

هدفت الدراسة إلى التعرف على دور تقنية الواقع المعزز في دعم نظم إدارة المعلومات الصحية؛ لغرض دراسة حالة برنامج المعلومات الصحية للمناطق (DHIS2)، وفي ضوء أهداف الدراسة تم استخدام منهج تحليل المحتوى؛ لمراجعة وتحليل الإنتاج الفكري في تكنولوجيا الواقع المعزز وإدارة المعلومات ومتطلباتها وبعض أنظمتها، وإيجاد المعايير التي من المفترض أن تكون موجودة في نظم إدارة المعلومات الصحية بحيث يواكب تقنية الواقع المعزز (AR)، كما تم استخدام منهج دراسة الحالة لمعرفة دور تقنية الواقع المعزز في دعمها لنظم إدارة المعلومات الصحية، وتطبيق المعايير المستخلصة على نظام إدارة المعلومات الصحية (DHIS2). ومن خلال الدراسة تم التوصل إلى عدة نتائج أهمها: مساهمة تقنية الواقع المعزز في دعم نظم المعلومات الصحية من حيث توفير الوقت والجهد المالي والمكاني، وتبين أن نظام (DHIS2) لم يطبق تقنية الواقع المعزز رغم تطبيقه لبعض التقنيات الحديثة كتقنية الواقع الافتراضي (VR)، وتقبُّل ممارسي الرعاية الصحية لهذه التقنيات ووجود نتائج إيجابية على الحالات التي تم تطبيقها عليه. كل ذلك يدل على أن الطريق إلى استخدام تقنية الواقع المعزز أصبح ممهداً، وإمكانية أن يساهم الواقع المعزز في إحداث التغييرات الرئيسية في نظام الجراحة والتشخيص والعلاج، فضلاً عن التعليم والتدريب الطبي.

وفي ضوء هذه النتائج تم اقتراح بعض التوصيات، من أبرزها: ضرورة تطبيق تقنية الواقع المعزز في نظام (DHIS2)؛ من أجل تحسين جودة النتائج الصحية في البلدان المنخفضة والمتوسطة الدخل وتعزيز الشراكات مع الجهات ذات الدخل المنخفض والمتوسط، ومع الخبراء التقنيين واستغلال طفرة النظام، وأخيراً استكمال المجال البحثي في قياس مدى دعم تقنية الواقع المعزز للأنظمة الصحية الأخرى.

الكلمات المفتاحية: الواقع المعزز، الواقع الافتراضي، نظم إدارة المعلومات الصحية، DHIS2.

The study aimed to identify the role of augmented reality technology in supporting health information management systems, for the purpose of a case study on the District Health Information System (DHIS2). In the light of the objectives of the study, the content analysis approach was used to review and analyze the intellectual production about augmented reality technology, information management requirements, and some of its systems, and to find the standards that are supposed to be present in the health information management system to keep pace with the technology of augmented reality (AR). Moreover, the paper used the case study approach to recognize the role of augmented reality technology in supporting the health information management systems, and applying the obtained standards on the health information management system. The study reached several results, the most important of which are: the contribution of augmented reality technology in supporting health information systems in terms of saving time and saving financial and spatial efforts; it turned out that the DHIS2 system does not apply augmented reality technology but it uses some other modern technologies like virtual reality; there is a great acceptance among health care practitioners to adopt such technologies as they showed positive results on cases. All of these indicate that the way to use augmented reality technology is now paved and there is a great possibility that augmented reality would provide major changes in the surgery processes, diagnosis, and treatment, as well as medical education and training. In the light of these results, some recommendations were proposed, most notably: necessity of applying augmented reality technology in the DHIS2 system in order to improve the quality of health outcomes in low- and middle-income countries, strengthening partnerships with technical experts and exploiting the system booming phase, and finally conducting further research to measure the extent to which AR technology supports other health systems.

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