These days it seems that every week a new star or galaxy is discovered in the Digital Health universe. Social and internet media are abuzz with new terms, mostly without a clear definition and often used in conflicting ways: connected health, precision medicine, remote patient monitoring, quantified self, video visits, virtual care, etc.
In this final installment of the 3-part series on ending the confusion around the digital health terminology, we are completing the Digital Health taxonomy by adding the two missing domains of Health IT and Precision Medicine.
Even before the Covid-19 health crisis the Digital Health future was already here. It just was not evenly distributed and only existed in isolated experiments and trials. But Covid-19 has accelerated the use of digital health technologies including the widespread adoption of [...]
The dawn of a new year is always a great opportunity to start afresh, resolving to not let another year pass without making good on last year’s promises and insights.For healthcare delivery organizations I declare it of the utmost importance for 2020 to [...]
Digital Health is quite the broad term that it is challenging for many healthcare leaders to put their arms around the totality of it all, when trying to decide where to focus their attention (and investments of time, money, and people). I’d [...]
Digital Health is quite a broad term that it is challenging for many healthcare leaders to put their arms around the totality of it all, when trying to decide where to focus their attention (and investments of time, money, and people).I’d like to [...]
Well on its way and now barreling down the mountain toward you, gaining momentum, is the avalanche of Digital Health Solutions. Preliminary mini-avalanches, like meteor showers, have steadily been arriving - and are being picked up and used by companies operating outside the [...]
These days “Digital Transformation” seems to be everybody’s favorite term. Yet few organizations and boards truly know what a digital transformation would actually look like in their organization, other than sensing that something should be done about it.While other industries — manufacturing, finance, [...]