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Digital health nutrition

digital health nutrition

Digital health nutrition

digital health nutrition

In the broadest sense of the word, we advocate for digital healthcare as the use of digital technologies to promote health. Although digital technologies have been used in devices, diagnostics, and other devices for decades, the concept of digital health was only embraced with the advent of devices related to cell phones, smart phones (smartphones), information and communication technologies, wearables, and telemedicine tools.
Digital health is very big and still needs nurturing. Of course, in the not too distant future, these technologies will be integrated into our profession, which no longer makes sense to talk about the need for digital healthcare, but in referiremos for each of them (e-health, wearables, telemedicine…) separately.
Health research has reached quality standards that are very high in drug development. However, these models still have not been able to penetrate digital health research and integrated care models, where tools or solutions are often implemented based on evidence, used very poorly or not at all. Perhaps that’s partly because clinical trials can’t keep up, digital health technologies are currently well developed, but there’s no reason to perpetuate this dynamic. We need to use the accumulated knowledge from the perspective of clinical and epidemiological methodology to accurately assess the effectiveness, safety and profitability of these tools. There are quality standards for research, now we need to create a culture evidence-based medicine as well as finger health.

Digital health nutrition

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