Accelerating the adoption of proven digital health technologies and advancing their embedding into routine care operations has the potential to revolutionize human health by boosting efficacy, driving costs down, and increasing access to and capacity for care delivery (1). It can shape individuals' daily lifestyle choices, and advance population health management, thus improving life expectancy and quality of life worldwide (2). Nonetheless, the healthcare sector has been struggling to accelerate digital adoption.
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