Having a computer and internet are increasingly essential for maintaining health and managing illness. Common uses of technology generally require devices, connectivity, applications, and digital skills. Use of technology for healthcare raises additional issues, either because of users’ privacy concerns or health-related barriers.
This article, the third in an occasional series written by Digitunity’s Health Advisor, Amy Sheon, highlights opportunities for disseminating digital inclusion-related resources through healthcare. You can read the full article post here or download the entire article by clicking on the image below.