What do you think of when you hear the words Digital Health? And what could that mean to an anesthesiologist?
In this episode, I try to explain my thoughts when I hear those words. It’s a pretty broad definition – that can include your health provider going paper-free, telehealth options, artificial intelligence, and apps on your phone.
These technologies won’t replace the need for healthcare professionals, but whatever digital health means to you, healthcare IS changing. So I hope to get you as excited as I am about how digital health can increase access, improve efficiencies, and empower patients to learn more about their health.
- A conversation I had with a woman who questioned the relevance of talking about technology as it relates to healthcare
- My definition of what Digital Health means
- Examples of digital tools that you might come into contact with
- Examples of digital tools that you might already have seen in a health context
- Why does this matter to an anesthesiologist? And why am I so excited about what Digital Health can do?
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