Digital technology is rapidly changing the landscape of health care by opening access and enhancing care coordination. Patients are more engaged in their health and well-being through various digital platforms. This section provides resources on technology’s impact on behavioral health.
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E-Health and Technology Resources
Jake Behrens, MD
Digital Health Section Advisor
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