May 18, 2022
Health IT
  • A new Rock Health report found that digital health tools are still failing to reach many of the 57 million U.S. residents in rural areas. The report identified lack of broadband access and personal trust as two main reasons for the gap. Rural respondents were more likely to trust health info provided by a clinician, and a greater percentage of rural residents said they trust health data from a doctor than from a digital health tool. The report also examines digital health adoption among women, sexual orientation, and insurance coverage type. (Report here)