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New horizons in the role of digital data in the healthcare of older people

Masoli, Jane A H, Todd, Oliver, Burton, Jennifer K, Wolff, Christopher, Walesby, Katherine E, Hewitt, Jonathan ORCID:, Conroy, Simon, van Oppen, James, Wilkinson, Chris, Evans, Ruth, Anand, Atul, Hollinghurst, Joe, Bhanu, Cini, Keevil, Victoria L, Vardy, Emma R L C, Anand, Atul, Burton, Jennifer Kirsty, Bhanu, Cin, Butler, Matthew, Clegg, Andrew, Collins, Jemima Tunung, Conroy, Simon, Dodds, Richard, Evans, Ruth, Harrison, Stephanie, Hewitt, Jonathan, Hollinghurst, Joe, Jones, Daniel, Keevil, Victoria L, Masoli, Jane, Mitchell, Lara, van Oppen, James, Osterdahl, Marc, Quinn, Terry, Todd, Oliver, Vardy, Emma, Walesby, Katherine and Wilkinson, Chris 2023. New horizons in the role of digital data in the healthcare of older people. Age and Ageing 52 (8) , afad134. 10.1093/ageing/afad134

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There are national and global moves to improve effective digital data design and application in healthcare. This New Horizons commentary describes the role of digital data in healthcare of the ageing population. We outline how health and social care professionals can engage in the proactive design of digital systems that appropriately serve people as they age, carers and the workforce that supports them.

Item Type: Article
Date Type: Publication
Status: Published
Schools: Medicine
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISSN: 0002-0729
Date of First Compliant Deposit: 4 March 2024
Date of Acceptance: 29 April 2023
Last Modified: 15 Mar 2024 10:11

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