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Scirj Volume VII, Issue VII, July 2019 Edition
ISSN: 2201-2796

Digital Health

Neville Greening

Abstract: The changes that are taking place in the healthcare sector are essential to social and intellectual evolution. Modern medicine is heavily dependent on the written and printed word to store data. However, computers have revolutionized the way information is kept and retrieved in the sense that computers not only cache information, but they also record clinical data and generate medical knowledge. Hence, digital health is the future and is more precise, efficient, experimental, and widely distributed. These features contribute towards technological development that ensures the creation of a new paradigm of medicine. While the adoption of digital health has promised various advantages in the cost savings, elimination of address and the improvement of patients’ outcomes, there are still a few challenges that need attention before these advantages can be thoroughly practical. This paper explores the political, social, ethnic, and racial factors that could limit the adaptation of digital health.

Reference this Paper: Digital Health by Neville Greening published at: "Scientific Research Journal (Scirj), Volume VII, Issue VII, July 2019 Edition, Page 81-83 ".

Search Terms: Health care sector, Intellectual Evolution, Modern Medicine, Revolutionized, Digital Health

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