“Digital health lowers the costs of hospitals and medical staff and making medical care accessible to those who need it most,” says Gilad Tisona, chairman of helfy.com, in an interview with the Jerusalem Post. In the interview, Tisona spoke about the meaning of the term “digital health” and how it will change public health for the better.
Gilad Tisona noted in the article that there are people who are afraid of technological innovation in the field of medicine, mainly for privacy reasons. “Every technological innovation is facing backlash. We will overcome this obstacle,” says Tisona. “The key to the success of an app that provides healthcare services to patients and stores medical information about them lies in trust and professionalism”.