MDIC's Science of Patient Input Program announces the release of its Digital Health survey results.

More than 200 participants completed the survey and fifteen of those were interviewed, allowing MDCI to identify themes and provide an overview summary highlighting major trends and themes.

Accelerated by the COVID-19 Pandemic, the use of digital health tools has dramatically transformed the process of developing and using medical devices and digital health tools to benefit patients. The Digital Health Survey was designed to identify and highlight the successes, challenges, and opportunities for digital health tools in the healthcare continuum. With questions tailored to specific stakeholder groups: patients, providers, payers, hospital systems, medical device manufacturers, and investigators, the survey prompted participants to share their perspective on the use of digital health tools from specific viewpoints. A follow-up call with participants provided a deeper dive and the opportunity for participants to share specific example of their experiences.

More than 200 participants completed the survey and fifteen of those were interviewed, allowing MDCI to identify themes and provide an overview summary highlighting major trends and themes. This presentation deck will be the first output of the Digital Health Survey. A full report of the Digital Health Survey with greater detail and recommendations will be available soon.

You can download the survey full results HERE


Date: 15/12/2021 | Tag: | News: 1256 of 1352
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