Digital Health is an umbrella term for all healthcare-related applications, technologies and delivery systems that result from the confluence of medicine and the technologies that comprise the digital space. We want you to be knowledgeable in digital health so we have created educational pages on the hottest topics from artificial intelligence to blockchain, and created series of articles for each of those topics. Enjoy discovering the latest developments in digital health.
AI is the use of data science techniques to capture and analyse huge and complex datasets.
A distributed system which records and stores transaction records.
VR aims to combine human senses such as hearing, touch and sight, with software and hardware to create an immersive exploratory virtual environment.
Mobile application programs that offer health-related services on smartphones, tablet PCs and other communication devices.
A longitudinal systematic collection of electronic health information for a patient generated by one or more interactions in any care setting.
Applying game design techniques, game mechanics, and/or game style to non-game applications to solve problems, engage audiences and to make otherwise mundane tasks more fun and engaging.
The application of information processing involving computer hardware and software that deals with the storage, retrieval, sharing, and use of healthcare information and data.
The ability to share and manage information between devices and information systems within and across organisational boundaries.
The techniques and processes used to create images of various parts of the human body for diagnostic and treatment purposes within digital health.
eHealth is a broad term, and refers to the use of information and communications technologies in healthcare.