«The growth and development in the Digital health technologies, such as mobile health (mHealth) apps, electronic health records (EHRs), electronic medical records (EMRs), wearable devices, telehealth, and telemedicine, as well as personalized medicine, have immensely transformed the healthcare industry and its market landscape over the past few years. Overcoming the obstacles in patient-clinician communication, managing the symptom outside of the local treatment area, and delivering better outcomes are the key objectives of digital health. The computing platforms, connectivity, software, and sensors are the backbone of digital health technologies. These technologies, over a short period of time, have been able to revolutionize the way healthcare is delivered. In managing acute and chronic diseases, digital health technologies play a significant role in attaining optimum health outcomes and well-being. Similarly, in the oncology segment, the emerging digital health tool and technology have the potential to fulfill the present gaps in the delivery of care and elevate the current healthcare environment.»

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