Digital health is not only about single inventions, shiny gadgets, latest trends and buzz words like Artificial Intelligence, Internet of Things, Big Data, health apps, virtual reality or 3D printers. What matters is the holistic transformation of healthcare where the patient is placed in the center of all decisions, strategies and solutions. This is our shared responsibility and everybody has to be on board: patients, doctors, nurses, healthcare managers, politicians, pharmacists, medicine students, start-ups, IT companies, payers, non-profit organizations. We ALL create a complex healthcare ecosystem where every single part affects how the system works.
Is digitalization a “Holy Grail” for quality and cost effectiveness in healthcare? We would say it’s good to dream big. Clear visions help us to stay motivated and focused. But instead of waiting for miracles, now is the right time to act. On the other hand, the more challenges and changes, the more questions, doubts and fears. That’s why we need a right knowledge – a right key to understand the potential opportunities and minimize threats of the technological revolution.
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