How is value measured in digital health interventions?
Digital health interventions (DHI) will continue to revolutionize the system delivery of health and social care services in an era of covid-19 challenges, increasing life expectancy and budget constraints.
While the DHIs are promising, the question for developers, users, health and social care professionals, payers and decision makers is often about value addition. Thus, in order to understand how DHIs can add value, we need to address how value can be measured and presented to different stakeholders.
The aim of this webinar is to address how value in DHIs can be measured from different perspectives. We hope that this discussion will contribute to knowledge development and help to support decision making processes for digital health interventions.
Carlo Fabricatore, PhD. Professor of Serious Gaming, E.H.E. Europa Hochschule EurAka CH, Switzerland.
Author: When technology cares for people with dementia: A critical review using neuropsychological rehabilitation as a conceptual framework. Int J Neuropsychological Rehab. 2019
Katarzyna Kolasa, PhD. Professor of Health Economics, Kozminski University, Poland
Author: How to Value Digital Health Interventions? A Systematic Literature Review. J Environ Res Public Health 2020
Matt Richardson, PhD. Senior researcher at the School of Health, Care and Social Welfare, MDH
Author: Nocturnal digital surveillance in aged populations: a systematic review of effects on health, welfare and social care provision (manuscript)
Sarah Wamala Andersson, PhD. Professor of Health and Welfare technology
Sarah Wamala Andersson