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Digitalization – The future of healthcare

Doctors and physicians are turning to health apps and services to improve health outcomes. By sharing these services with consumers, they can constantly monitor their health; provide individuals a chance to improve their health, decrease chances of developing preventable diseases, and at the same time, minimize the effects of diseases if detected.

Health providers can also make use of such apps and services to reduce healthcare costs, as they create health awareness among consumers. Besides, this allows for improved compliance and ability for remote monitoring to ensure early detection of warning signals for illnesses. Physical and inconvenient visits to the hospital or physician would not be necessary anymore as distant monitoring goes online.

Are mobile applications the new medicine?

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