mHealth Intelligence November 26, 2019
A second iteration of the landmark 21st Century Cures Act, which was passed in 2016, will set its sights on support for mHealth technology, like digital therapeutics, to improve care management.
A new iteration of the 21st Century Cures Act pledges to pay more attention to mHealth technologies like digital therapeutics.
Reps. Fred Upton and Diana DeGette, who helped usher the original bill to passage in 2016, have issued a “Call to Action” for what they’re calling Cures 2.0. And they’re focusing much of their efforts on connected health platforms that will “modernize coverage and access to life-saving cures in the United States and across the globe.”
“We believe that digital health technologies hold the promise of modernizing U.S. health...