Importance of a digital health journal
People and health is a theme that is becoming increasingly important in society. Health cannot be bought and that is why it is important that you are well aware of your own lifestyle. In this health blog we share information about health that you can benefit from. We hope to help you with a healthy life through inspiration, information and tips!
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Digital Journal is care that makes use of the internet; it is also called e-health. Think of a consultation via the webcam, online patient files, self-diagnosis via apps, care robots and even remote surgery.
Digital care has advantages, both for the patient and for the doctor. As a patient, you can better inform yourself and participate more actively in the care process. But there are also risks in areas such as privacy. The digitization of healthcare requires digital skills and media literacy of the patient and caregiver.
Risks of eHealth
Digital care brings with it a lot of new questions. Who owns the data that the heart rate monitor passes on to the healthcare provider? Can a robot provide the same attention and care as a human? And what about the privacy of a demented elderly person wearing a sensor?
When developing and applying digital care, it is important to safeguard the right to privacy, autonomy, information and justice.
With e-health, such as the electronic patient record or apps, a lot of personal data is stored and sent digitally. This data is privacy sensitive, due to risks such as:
- The possibility of private data ending up with unauthorized persons
- Hacking data
- System errors
Digital care also raises questions about how data, or data, may be collected. Who should be allowed to do something with that data? So what? A constant search must be made for a balance between more efficient care and the interests of the (care) user.
Digitization in healthcare can lead to the exclusion of people who are less digitally skilled. In particular, the elderly, people with a migration background, minimum income and the mentally handicapped sometimes have difficulty keeping up to date digitally.
Finally, e-health, such as remote care or care robots, can be experienced as impersonal or even inhumane. Physical contact or personal non-verbal care is an important part of care for many people.
The future of digital Health Journal
Digital Health has many consequences not only for the patient, but also for the healthcare provider. For example, an electronic diaper that warns when it needs to be changed will have an impact on nurses’ rounds. A lot is also changing in communication with colleagues and patients.
Due to the aging population, the demand for healthcare is increasing. To keep up with this demand, e-health can offer solutions by making healthcare more efficient and cheaper. When developing and applying new forms of digital care, it is important that the risks and consequences for patients and care providers are monitored.
During the annual e-health week, healthcare institutions, educational institutions, suppliers and patient associations open their doors to the public. They show what is possible in the field of e-health and what their plans for the future are. Initiators ECP and the Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sport want to use this campaign to increase knowledge and skills in the field of digital support in healthcare.