New Health Affairs Study: Effectiveness of Digital Health Solutions Remains Unproven

Jan. 9, 2019

How effective are new digital health solutions—both consumer-facing and provider-facing—including “health care, health diagnostics, hospital, personal health, health insurance, analytics, big data, mobile apps, wearables, cloud data services, wellness, predictive analytics, mobile devices, data mining, biometrics, [and] home healthcare”—proving to be, in impacting health status? The reality is that even the serious study of such solutions remains in its infancy.

A review of the research around the new digital health solutions by a team of healthcare policy researchers finds those solutions’ effectiveness remains largely unevaluated.

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