Covid-19: Digital Health Literacy Is A Key To Saving Time, Costs And Lives

In light of the current outbreak, new innovations are developed or adapted to increase people’s digital health literacy enabling them to seek, find, understand, and use health information from electronic sources and apply the knowledge gained to addressing or solving a health problem.

Video-consultations: Primary care has seen a surge in the implementation of video-consultations to avoid contagion. The online consultations have helped to enhance the digital infrastructure and transform the service delivery of the health system in a short time.

Apps: A plethora of apps are developed to support peoples’ needs. The coronavirus-app, for example, provides an up-to-date overview

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