Youth From North Kashmir's Sopore Develops Health Prediction App

Srinagar- An engineering student from north Kashmir’s Sopore says he has developed a health prediction application “Smart health prediction system”.

Ishfaq Ahmad Wani son of Mohammad Ashraf Wani from Dangerpora  area of Sopore, a software engineering student at Bhargawa college of engineering and technology Jammu says he has made health related application “Smart health prediction system”.

Ishfaq says it is an intelligent health prediction system that can transform the way people take charge of their health while also connecting them to the nearest healthcare providers immediately.

“Many times patients are unable to access healthcare services due to some reason or the other. The smart health prediction system seeks to solve this problem by enabling patients to get instance healthcare advice and guidance online from licensed medical practitioners,” Ishfaq added.

“The smart health prediction application is an online consultation system for users. The system is fed with huge volumes of healthcare data (symptoms and the diseases or health issues associated with those symptoms),” said Ishfaq .

Ishfaq says that his grandfather Haji Mohammad Samandar Wani is his inspiration behind developing this application. "My grandfather always taught me to help others," he said.

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