New philanthropic support will stimulate the creation of effective digital health therapies offering anytime, anywhere care for behavioral health needs, including addiction, mental health, and disease management. In addition, it will support the training of leaders in evidence-based digital health and hasten the translation of the Center’s research into public policy and the marketplace.
As tech companies worldwide flood the marketplace with new digital health tools promising to improve health and healthcare, Lisa Marsch, PhD, sees a glaring omission—rigorous scientific study of the safety, ethics, and outcomes for individuals and society.
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