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Mayo Clinic Proceedings: Digital Health

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Open Access YES
E-ISSN 2949-7612
Area Medicine and Dentistry (General), Health Informatics, Public Health and Health Policy
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Mayo Clinic Proceedings: Digital Health (MCP: Digital Health) is sponsored by Mayo Clinic and is a companion title to the widely read and cited Mayo Clinic Proceedings. MCP: Digital Health is an online only, open access journal that publishes original research, reviews, narratives of implementation experiences, case studies, commentaries, editorials, multimedia articles for virtual reality and enhanced reality, and other materials. MCP: Digital Health publishes articles on fields related to digital medicine and associated disciplines, such as artificial intelligence, informatics, telemedicine, electronic health records, virtual/extended reality, platform care, wearables, mobile technology, among others. The journal welcomes contributions from authors worldwide. A dedicated and engaged editorial board ensures the highest standards of validity and relevance of its published content through rigorous peer review.

MCP: Digital Health is primarily focused on publishing articles on translation, implementation, adaptation, and validation of digital health solutions, with focus on applications, real-life validations, as well as articles addressing challenges, opportunities, and the future of digital health. As part of the innovative goals, the journal also publishes case studies, implementation experiences, disruptive methods to test efficacy, validity and safety, as well as articles on regulatory issues, entrepreneurship, and commercialization of digital health. MCP: Digital Health welcomes articles related to equity in digital health, digital interventions aimed at social determinants of health, and articles on ethics in digital medicine.

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  1. It is an oppen access journal
  2. The Subject Area : Medicine and Dentistry (General), Health Informatics, Public Health and Health Policy

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