Marek Malik (Imperial College, London) gives his opinion on the new mobile and electronic health technologies. He warns against considering all the available technologies to be equally useful. He outlines three goals for implementing this new technology going forward: 1. public education that relying on new technologies is not the same as relying on expert consultation; 2. persuading regulators to look at them more carefully; and, 3. discussion between researchers and developers, to work together and to implement proper testing procedures.
Filmed at EHRA 2018, Barcelona.
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