Digital Medicine includes software and hardware products that can provide measurements and deliver interventions that aim to treat, recover, prevent disease and promote health for individuals and populations.

These products can be used independently or in conjunction with pharmaceuticals, medical devices or other interventions to optimize patient care and health outcomes.

The digital medicine products, like those used in the traditional context of medicine, are based on research, development, experimentation and clinical efficacy tests.

Digital Therapeutics and Digital Rehabilitation represent two important sub-sets of Digital Medicine, both developed through confirmatory clinical trials.

For more information, see the in-depth article Digital Medicine, what is it.