Lessons Learned from Natural Disasters around Digital Health Technologies and Delivering Quality Healthcare

Lokmic-Tomkins, Z., Bhandari, D., Bain, C., et al. (2023). Lessons Learned from Natural Disasters around Digital Health Technologies and Delivering Quality Healthcare. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health. 20(5):4542.
In the context of climate change and increases in weather-related disasters, electronic health records (EHRs) are an important component of a resilient health care system when reaching underserved or remote areas. The authors cover lessons learned globally in EHR (e.g., use cloud-based systems to facilitate continuity of operations), telehealth and telemedicine, electronic prescribing and referrals, mobile health, artificial intelligence and machine learning in health care, the internet of things for health (e.g., monitoring devices) and robotics.
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