Creating a Ai bot 🤖 for the NHS, through Dijets networks/platform it could potentially save millions of pounds and save more lives

The NHS is one of the largest employers in the world, with over 1.5 million staff members, and it provides a wide range of healthcare services, including primary care, hospital care, mental health services, and more.

Creating an AI bot for NHS patients using the Dijets network. Dijets is a versatile blockchain platform that is designed to enable the creation of custom blockchains and decentralized applications, including those that involve artificial intelligence and machine learning.

To create an AI bot for NHS patients on the Dijets network, developers would need to create a custom blockchain that is specifically designed for managing healthcare data and routing it between nodes. This blockchain would need to be interoperable with other blockchains and networks, which is something that Dijets is designed to facilitate.

Once the custom blockchain is created, developers can then build decentralized applications that run on top of the blockchain. These applications could include an AI bot that uses machine learning algorithms to analyze patient symptoms and provide recommendations for diagnosis and treatment.

By building this application on a decentralized platform, NHS patients can enjoy greater privacy, security, and control over their healthcare data.

It’s worth noting that creating an AI bot for NHS patients on the Dijets network is a complex task that requires significant resources and expertise. Additionally, it’s important to ensure that the AI bot is accurate and reliable, as incorrect diagnoses could have serious consequences for patients. However, by leveraging the capabilities of the Dijets network, developers can create a more secure, transparent, and decentralized healthcare system that empowers patients and promotes innovation.

According to a report by the National Audit Office (NAO) in 2018 pre Covid-19 missed appointments cost the NHS an estimated £216 million per year. This includes the cost of staff time, equipment, and other resources that are wasted when patients fail to attend appointments. The report also noted that missed appointments can have a negative impact on patient care, as they can lead to delays in treatment and longer waiting times for other patients.

It’s also worth noting that the financial impact of missed appointments can vary depending on a variety of factors, such as the type of appointment, the specialty of the healthcare provider, and the location of the healthcare facility. Additionally, the cost of missed appointments is not just financial, as it can also have a negative impact on patient care and outcomes.


Hi Ali,

Thanks for this detailed proposal. The NHS are really focused at the moment on AI technology and innovation so it is a good time to be able to explore these options. I think that working within the block chain space will be a challenge for the NHS as they are historically very slow at taking up new technologies, but it is something that is in more and more conversation.

There is quite a lot of bureaucratics to get through when it comes to developing new opportunities within the public sector and this type of bot would need to go through strict NHS IT frameworks but it is definitely possible. We would need to align whatever we create to the current published guidance and make sure it meet the needs of things such as the Long Term Plan and Five Year Forward View. Additionally for something such as a AI Bot that would assess symptoms, we would need clinical expertise to form part of any working group that develops this type of solution.

Your reasonings regarding missed appointments is absolutely an issue in the NHS and it isn’t often reported just how impactful missed appointments are on not only finances, but also the smooth running of services.

I would support any innovations that are targeted towards the NHS and make a difference to the way in which patients are cared for. It is definitely something we should explore and ensure we have the right people both clinical and non-clinical to support any developments.


Hi Ali

The potential integration of an AI bot for NHS patients using the Dijets network presents an exciting opportunity to revolutionise healthcare delivery. By harnessing the power of blockchain technology and decentralised applications, this solution has the capability to enhance patient experiences, privacy, and data control. The creation of a custom blockchain specifically designed for healthcare data management ensures secure and seamless sharing of information across various networks.
With the implementation of an AI bot equipped with machine learning algorithms, patients can benefit from accurate and timely diagnosis and treatment recommendations, leading to improved health outcomes. Additionally, leveraging the decentralised nature of the Dijets network offers enhanced data privacy and security, instilling greater trust and confidence in the healthcare system. Furthermore, by tackling the issue of missed appointments, this technology has the potential to optimize resource utilization and reduce financial burdens for the NHS, ultimately improving overall patient care. This innovative approach has the capacity to transform healthcare delivery, placing patients at the center and fostering a more efficient, patient-centric healthcare system.

As a member of the DGC I would like to recommend this as a proposal.