Ali Muhammad Isa Gamon


Promoting digital health has the potential to significantly enhance healthcare delivery and improve the overall health of the populations. However, it raises ethical concerns such as the breach of personal privacy, risk of misdiagnosis to a larger group of population and potential bias to certain population. Technology should be used in a way to that promotes the well-being of patients and not to be used to exploit or manipulate people. Respect for individual dignity and autonomy, the promotion of social justice, ensuring patient safety and the appropriate use of technology are all ethical values that apply to digital health ethics from an Islamic perspective. These guidelines can direct the creation and application of digital health technologies in a morally righteous manner that enhances the welfare of people and communities.


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Artificial Intelligence, Bioethics, Digital Healthcare, Ethics, Islam, Medicine

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