World Health Organization (WHO) Reports 10 Guidelines on Digital Health Interventions

 World Health Organization (WHO) Reports 10 Guidelines on Digital Health Interventions

World Health Organization (WHO) Reports 10 Guidelines on Digital Health Interventions

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  • WHO recommends 10 guidelines for the countries to utilize digital health technology via mobile phones, tablets and computers for improving health and essential services worldwide
  • WHO guidelines on digital technologies recommends on how digital tools can maximize the impact in health systems. The guidelines also include recommendations about telemedicine addressing the patient’s accessibility for health services in remote areas via phones and web portals
  • The organization has developed eHealth Strategy Toolkit, MAPS toolkit & Digital Health Atlas where implementers can register their digital health activities. In 2019, a Department focusing on Digital Health is also developed to enhance WHO’s role in assessing digital technologies

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