AMII Summit 2022: Digital healthcare is here to stay

"Covid-19 was a catalyst for digital health"

Hemma Visavadia
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Digital health is “everything, more and beyond” and a sector that is “here to stay”, says Dr Anushka Patchava, deputy chief medical officer at Vitality.

Speaking at The Association of Medical Insurers and Intermediaries (AMII) Health and Wellbeing Summit 2022, Patchava said that digitalisation of healthcare and its accessibility for consumers is a growing space and one of the "trends of the future." Patchava explained that through technology patients can now receive healthcare at home through mobile apps and digital therapeutics, which help consumers control conditions and that through these various mediums, healthcare can evolve its offering. "All of these technologies are here to stay. How we use them is down to us. It's down to our...

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