Taking the pulse of eHealth in the EU: Study and roundtable discussion

A study, written by the health policy and communications agency Incisive Health, concludes that health apps are failing to reach their potential in Europe.  The report showcases the findings from exclusive polling undertaken in seven EU countries: Austria, Bulgaria, Estonia, France, Germany, Italy, and the UK. It shows that public attitudes towards eHealth are mixed and while some healthcare systems are embracing new technologies, others are well behind. The report can be found here.

 

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