Diese Ausgabe des Versorgungs-Reports widmet sich schwerpunktmäßig der Bedeutung von medizinischen Leitlinien in der Gesundheitsversorgung. Leitlinien geben den Behandeln...
How to Launch Digital Health Apps in the German Healthcare System
Dateigröße: 4,9 MB
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erschienen: 27. Oktober 2021
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Digital Healthcare Applications – From Idea to Successful Market Launch
- from the expert team of the health innovation hub (hih) Germany
- step by step from development to approval to market launch
- best practice knowledge for developers, investors, manufacturers and users
Aus dem Inhalt
Written by deep domain experts who helped shape the core DiGA policy framework and its implementation, this book is a streamlined guide to developing and disseminating digital health applications - from concept, to approval, to successful digital product. Designed for DiGA developers in both start-ups and established companies, the necessary steps from ideation to successful market launch are described. Edifying and clearly structured, the DiGA VADEMECUM also provides valuable insights for investors and financial partners from the venture capital and private equity sectors as well as for potential distribution partners from the pharmaceutical and medical technology communities.
Finally, the DiGA VADEMECUM is also an invaluable resource for physicians and therapists who want to learn not only how to prescribe DiGA in a meaningful way, but also how to use digital feedback in the service of delivering better care to patients.
DiGA VADEMECUM - A Must-Have for Digital Leaders in Healthcare!
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With contributions by K. Heitmann | D. Larsen | E. Oesterhoff | P. Stachwitz |
Developers, founders, entrepreneurs and investors in the digital health industry; health professionals in medicine, nursing, psychology and other health professions; decision-makers and stakeholders in politics, the medical technology and pharmaceutical industries; students/lecturers in medicine, nursing, psychology and other health professions as well as health economics, public health; patients, patient organizations