Open Access Editorial

E-Health and the Change of the Health Paradigm

David Naranjo Hernandez*

Biomedical Engineering Group of the University of Seville, Spain

Corresponding Author

Received Date: August 08, 2018;  Published Date: August 27, 2018


The demographic changes associated with the aging of the population are leading to a meaningful change in the social and economic structure of society. In 2030, it is expected that one third of European citizens will be over 65 years old and 40% of them will not be able to achieve a dignified quality of life independently. Living longer is not always synonymous with health and quality of life. From a certain age, health disorders are becoming more common chronic diseases, cardiovascular problems, dementia, etc. On the other hand, global demographic trends show a clear increase in the prevalence of chronic diseases.

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