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How can ‘digital health’ serve everyone?
Information and communication technologies (ICTs) are heightening the capabilities of the most advanced medical technologies as well as extending the reach of healthcare services to some of the world’s most remote areas.
But at least half of the world’s population is still not fully covered by essential health services, highlights the World Health Organization (WHO). Countries home to sufficient healthcare coverage are struggling to care for ageing populations. And saving lives in the wake of disasters depends to a large degree on the availability of communication infrastructure.
How could we ensure that ‘digital health’ serves everyone, everywhere?
This question will be the guiding light to Kaleidoscope 2019: ICT for Health in Atlanta, U.S., 4-6 December 2019, hosted by ITU Academia member Georgia Tech.
Researchers preparing submissions to Kaleidoscope 2019 are encouraged to consult the conference’s Call for Papers.