With the proliferation of digital health tools, this post discusses how new tools can best serve patients in clinical management.
Over the last 20 years, technology has flattened the world in many ways, increasing transparency and choice for consumers in multiple industries. Many of these changes have inspired governments and entrepreneurs to explore how health consumers, patients and caregivers can be empowered with tools to better manage their experience. Just like the travel, banking and retail industries have improved experience by moving more control into consumers’ hands, it is tempting to believe that providing digital tools to patients can help with better management of their conditions. However, it is also relevant to explore how ready the different players in the healthcare ecosystem are for patients to use these tools....You must be logged in to view the rest of this article.
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