In recent years, digital health has been the most talked about topic in the medical world, with a race to develop technologies that until now we have only seen in science fiction movies. But despite the many challenges, Israel has all the data to become a power in the field.
Digital health includes a wide range of technologies and services aimed at creating adaptive systems that provide the patient with the best medicine by predicting, preventing, personalizing and collaborating (what is known in professional language as P4).
But, there are two main problems obscure the rosy technological future in Israel. First, the medical system is not yet accustomed to digital health. Digital conduct in the COVID-19 crisis is a living example of this.