The year 2020 reminded everyone on the planet that ‘health’ matters – above everything else. Suddenly but irreversibly, the spotlight is back on health. People have learned the hard way that there can be no compromise for the time, attention, and resources that need to be spent on health.
Over the last decade, medicine and healthcare have seen a substantial digital transformation. With digital tools and solutions focused on reducing medical professionals’ work, making systems more efficient, improving patient outcomes, making treatments cost-efficient, and minimizing human error, digital health has established itself as an essential part of the medical and healthcare industry.