Mobile healthcare application (mHealth app) assists the frontline health worker in providing necessary health services to the patient. Unfortunately, existing mHealth apps continue to have accuracy issues and limited number of disease detection systems. Thus, an intelligent disease diagnostics system may help medical staff as well as people in poor communities in rural areas. This study proposes a scheme for simultaneously selecting the best neural network models for intelligent disease detection systems on mobile devices. To find the best models for a given dataset, the proposed scheme employs neural network models capable of evolving altered neural network architectures. Eight neural network models are developed simultaneously and then implemented on the android studio platform. Mobile health applications use pre-trained neural network models to provide users with disease prediction results. The performance of the mobile application is measured against the existing available datasets. The trained neural network engines perform admirably, detecting 7 out of 8 diseases with high accuracy ranging from 86% to 100% and a low detection accuracy of 63%. The detection times vary from 0.01 to 0.057 seconds. The developed mHealth app may be used by health workers and patients to improve resource-poor community health services and patients' healthcare quality.
|Number of pages
|IAES International Journal of Artificial Intelligence
|Published - 1 Sept 2023
- Graphical user interface design
- Healthcare mobile app
- Machine learning
- Neural network