World Health Organization Guidelines Recommend Conditional Use Of Digital Health Tools

Article August 30, 2019 Share: Twitter icon LinkedIn icon

On April 17, 2019, the World Health Organization (WHO) released 10 recommendations on how countries can use digital health technology to improve health care services. Digital health technology includes health-related content, interventions, and applications accessible via mobile phones, tablets, and computers. The recommendations address consumer communications, care management, telemedicine, medical supply management, public health registrations…

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