Data and connectivity issues hamper healthcare's digital evolution

The more health data our wearable devices can collect, the more analysis can be done, possibly leading to interventions that could help enhance our health. — dpa

Let's talk about the Digital Economy Blueprint (DEB), which was recently launched by Prime Minister Tan Sri Muhyiddin Yassin.

While it may seem an odd choice for a health column, the Covid-19 pandemic has not only illustrated the many ways in which digital technology has impacted our lives, but also accelerated its adoption.

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