BOSTON – The American Medical Association has launched a Digital Health Implementation Playbook for providers, a guide to the most efficient path for applying digital health solutions, including key steps, best practices and resources to accelerate and achieve digital health adoption. “Implementing digital health technology has been a challenge for those without a clear course to success,” said Dr. Jesse Ehrenfeld, chair-elect of the American Medical Association, in a statement. “The AMA is committed to making technology an asset, not a burden, and the Playbook provides the medical community with widespread access to a proven path for implementing digitally enabled health and care.” The Playbook is designed for care teams and administrators in medical practices of all sizes and areas of specialty, and will be updated to include new content over time. As it evolves, the Playbook will provide a 12-step process to guide the implementation of a variety of digital health solutions. Currently, the Playbook provides resources for the implementation of remote patient monitoring using devices, trackers and sensors to capture and record patient generated health data outside of the traditional clinical environment.
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