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Oncology health apps have a great potential to be widely adopted by healthcare systems, payers, pharmacy benefit managers, specialty pharmacies, and drug manufacturers in the coming years.
Optimal digital health solutions should ultimately seek to bridge the current patient-clinician communication gaps, particularly for symptom management outside of the immediate care environment. Achieving this reduces unnecessary clinical visits, particularly to emergency department and hospitals.
Digital health technologies can fill current gaps in delivering care to oncology patients, constructively disrupting the current health delivery environment while rebalancing the existing oncology value framework.