WHO Releases First Guideline On Digital Health Intervention, Recommendations On How Technology Can Improve Health

VOA News: U.N.: Smartphones, Digital Technology Can Improve Health Care
“The World Health Organization (WHO) has issued its first guidelines on digital health intervention. The U.N. agency said governments can improve the health of their citizens by using digital technology to make health systems more efficient and responsive to their patients. … Chief WHO scientist Soumya Swaminathan said increased availability and use of digital technology offers new opportunities to improve people’s health…” (Schlein, 4/17).

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