In Italy, with lockdown proving to be effective, the most strategic usage of digital health solutions is the remote management of patients at home
The fires of the global Covid-19 pandemic are spreading at breakneck speeds around the world, and the toll that the virus is taking on people’s lives, the economies of continents, and society at large are nothing short of staggering.
Patient centricity is always a hot topic in pharma, as shown by last year’s Frontiers Health event in Berlin, when a session dedicated to the theme once again had standing room only.
Among reviews of the past decade and new predictions for 2025, one thing is clear: digital transformation in healthcare is gathering pace and will continue its rapid and unstoppable course, settling in some countries as an accessible opportunity.
There’s nothing new about the idea that diet, exercise and other lifestyle factors impact our health and wellness. What’s new is leveraging digital technologies to help encourage us in those pursuits.