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Medicine without meds : transforming patient care with digital therapies  Cover Image Book Book

Medicine without meds : transforming patient care with digital therapies / Dean Ho, Yoann Sapanel, Agata Blasiak.

Ho, Dean, (author.). Sapanel, Yoann, 1984- (author.). Blasiak, Agata, 1989- (author.).


"Digital therapeutics (DTx) is a dynamic, emerging subcategory within the larger supercategory field of 'digital health' or 'digital medicine'. As defined by the nonprofit trade group, Digital Therapeutics Alliance, "DTx deliver clinical-grade therapeutic interventions to patients [that] may be used independently or in tandem with in-person or remote clinician-delivered therapy to optimize patient outcomes." In this new book, three expert editors have enlisted the support of contributors to explain what DTx represents (and how it differs from other digital health solutions), how DTx solutions can help individuals and their healthcare providers meet their health goals, and how DTx tools can be conceptualized, created, and brought to market"-- Provided by publisher.

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  • ISBN: 9781421447032
  • ISBN: 1421447037
  • Physical Description: xi, 313 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
  • Publisher: Baltimore : Johns Hopkins University Press, 2023.

Content descriptions

Bibliography, etc. Note:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note:
Digital Health Solutions versus Digital Therapeutics -- Addressing Unmet Stakeholder Needs -- Addressing Unmet Clinical Needs -- Ensuring Business Viability Early -- Test, Learn, and Pivot -- Data Sourcing and Management -- Clinical Validation : Unique Challenges and Novel Approaches -- Factors That Influence the Implementation of New Technologies -- Recommendations for DTx Implementation -- Supporting Adoption of DTx -- Channel Partnerships: The Ultimate Commercialization Strategy -- The Price Is Right : Value in the Eye of the Beholder -- Conclusion : The Future of DTx.
Subject: Therapeutics.
Telecommunication in medicine.
Digital Technology.
Device Approval.
Telemedicine > methods.
treating (health care function)
POLITICAL SCIENCE / Public Policy / Health Care.
Telecommunication in medicine.

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