Photo Credit: Australian Digital Health Agency The Australian Digital Health Agency joined digital health leaders from 18 countries and territories, together with the World Health Organization (WHO) in Hong Kong SAR recently, for the fifth Global Digital Health Partnership Summit (GDHP). As reported , they gathered to collaborate and share their experiences as well as to improve the implementation of digital health services. Focus on digital healthcare GDHP Chair and Secretary, Ministry of Health and Family Welfare, Government of India, Ms Preeti Sudan described the fifth summit of the Global Digital Health Partnership as a path-breaking event that highlighted advances and experiences around the world, particularly the importance of patient-centered health care. According to Dr Ramesh Krishnamurthy, Senior Advisor, World Health Organization, digital health interventions are fundamentally changing the way healthcare is delivered. These interventions are most useful when they help countries to advance their sustainable development goals (SDGs) […]