digital health


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digital health

An umbrella term for the use of technology in healthcare, which includes medical devices and information systems used in doctors' offices and hospitals, personal fitness, DNA testing and the future of medicine. Digital health may well become the most revolutionary and beneficial aspect of technology since the advent of the transistor. See healthcare IT, digital hearing aid and fitness tracker.
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These and other technologies will be on display at an interactive digital health event taking place in Dubai on May5-7.
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Nokia announces that it has initiated a review of strategic options for its Digital Health business, which is part of Nokia Technologies.
Policymakers, experts and Governing Council members of NATHEALTH focused on recently announced National Health Policy (NHP 2017), Implications of Goods and Service Tax (GST) and priority areas which included Public Private Partnership (PPP), Digital Health, Home Care and Prevention and Wellness.