In order to diagnose and improve the quality of health using information technology in hospitals, homes, public places and so on, the concept of smart health or electronic health came into being.

Using peripheral sensors or wearable gadgets, the patient’s health information is obtained, and according to the conditions and information received, relevant medical advice can be provided and medications provided to the patient.

Hospitals, pharmacies, and smart homes can play an important role in the health of people, and mobile and tablet in the mobile health sector can greatly help diagnose and treat patients.

Mobile health services are very versatile and functional, such as checking blood pressure and heart rate, delivering programs and diets that can be used in most gadgets and applications.

Imagine your blood pressure has gone up, your medical information has been sent to the doctor, and your blood pressure monitor is set up and the software will remind you before you take the medication, and this procedure will continue until recovery. This is a small example of the impact of technology on the health and self-care of people, especially children and the elderly. From daily routine to complex surgery without the physical presence of a physician.