The COVID 19 pandemic, which affects our world and causes radical changes in many areas of our lives, has deeply affected healthcare professionals and all health systems, who are the backbone of this struggle, and also revealed the importance of digitalization. With the increase in data for many years, the diversification of the tools to process these data, the increase in sensors and other information sources from which we can collect data, digital health was already becomeing one of the remarkable areas in healthcare. Today, Digital Health plays an important role in increasing the reach, impact and efficiency of modern healthcare. The health sector in our country experienced this transformation years ago, produced and implemented some of the world's most advanced systems to monitor, manage and deliver patient-centered health services. In the pandemic, these practices have become even more important and have been integrated into our entire lives. Digital Health means that our patients can benefit from tried and tested technologies in areas such as telecare, telehealth, mHealth and eHealth, artificial intelligence and data use in health, wearable and portable medical devices, smart hospital applications, innovations in medical education, medical and surgical robots. Digital Health provides cost effective and comfortable services to patients that will control patients’ illnesses and recover in a short time. It gives clinicians, managers and researchers tools to plan and deliver care and more effective treatments, improving efficiency through seamless information transfer and analysis of vital information.