E-health Technology and What It Means for the Alcohol Field

Provides analysis of benefits and challenges for improving the monitoring, prevention, and treatment of alcohol use disorder. This report discusses how the latest devices generate significant amounts of data, requiring researchers and clinicians to develop new techniques for analyzing and efficiently using what they collect. In addition, these shifts raise a number of ethical questions as developers work to ensure patient/subject privacy and confidentiality.

 

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