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World Health Organization (WHO) Apr 17
WHO releases first guideline on interventions countries can use to improve people’s health and essential services.
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Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus Apr 17
Harnessing the power of digital technologies is essential for achieving universal health coverage. has released our first guideline on interventions, which are vital tools to promote health, keep the world safe, & serve the vulnerable.
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Barcelona Health Hub Apr 21
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ARJ Artwork Studio Apr 17
How Israel Digitized Decades Of Medical Data
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Women of Wearables (WoW) ™ Apr 15
This year, we decided to compile another list of influential women in tech industry, this time it's a - Top 100 Women in and , congrats to everyone who made onto the list!
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World Health Organization (WHO) Apr 17
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: Remember to check with health providers that they are keeping your information safe. If you're worried, you can always opt out of using 📲 reminders.
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HRP Apr 20
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New guidance on shows how to make the most of digital tools, such as knowing the benefits and harms of each digital intervention.
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Christine Zhu ✨ 6h
Best Buy places deeper bets in : now the exclusive retail partner to sell TytoHome kit direct to consumer online/in-store. Tyto's handheld device allows people to conduct guided medical exam at home & virtually see a physician
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Berci Meskó, MD, PhD Apr 21
It’s Time For The Rise of E-Physicians Check out the newest paper of The Medical Futurist Institute (open access, of course)!
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Pypestream Apr 17
"In order for the promise of digital health to be realized, companies will need to ensure their patients’ data is 🛡 safe, secure and error-free." talks best practices 👩‍⚕️ health companies should keep in mind 🧠.
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Brian Slattery Apr 19
Interested in behavioural science and ?! This day next week we have a fantastic line-up of speakers providing practical advice and insights into developing digital health interventions. Find details here:
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World Health Organization (WHO) Apr 17
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Digital tools can help people access health services in remote and hard-to-reach areas, but face-to-face contact is important too.
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CoachCare Apr 17
Are you considering using technology to tone up? Exercise has become a lot easier with the help of a smartphone. Here's what you need to know about choosing a health app.
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WHO African Region Apr 17
Today released a guideline on . Here’s an example of how uses digital technology to send important messages about cancer:
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CWCDH Apr 18
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. Linkages of the recommendations across the health system
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JOHN NOSTA Apr 18
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Digital Square Apr 17
With the , we have the ability to improve the quality of service and the access to services while using limited resources. The promise of
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Exponential Medicine Apr 21
In African Villages, These Phones Become Scanners- bringing medical imaging to remote communities, often for the first time.
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Ilona Kickbusch Apr 17
WHO releases first guideline on interventions
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