The future of healthcare representment is regarded differently from today’s. It’s inevitable for rapidly developing technologies, together with demographic and economic changes, to replace the delivery of healthcare services worldwide.We are currently living in an era in which aging is replaced by long life, quality life options are becoming more and more widespread, we all have the opportunity to be our own doctors with artificial intelligence, some people can have senses such as seeing and hearing that they have never tasted in their lives, we can produce new organs, tissues and even beings, we produce solutions to genetic diseases that are thought to be helpless. Within this context, Digital Health has a crucial role in increasing the access, impact and efficiency of modern healthcare services. Many hospitals, with the impact of increasing expenditure in recent years, have already sought long-term solutions to minimize inpatient services.
Technology has undergone an even quicker alteration in the last few years with the pandemic and has radically rearranged the basis of hospital care. There are voluminous differences in question in the familiar layout especially through and after the Covid-19 days. The aging of the country's populations and the number of patients, which increased significantly with the epidemic, caused more bed demand and increasing costs; hospital managers and governments are focused on how to optimize inpatient and outpatient expenditure and integrate digital technologies into traditional hospital services under these conditions; eventually, there have been serious alterations in the health service delivery that we are familiar. In fact, it has almost become mandatory to turn our hospitals into digital ones.