Focusing on a subset of 34 tools identified through a comprehensive scoping review, this qualitative thematic analysis identifies and illustrates how two responsibility principles—environmental sustainability and organisational responsibility—are meant to be put in practice. Recognising that key design and development decisions in the digital health industry are largely shaped by market considerations, this study indicates that significant work lies ahead for medical and organisation leaders to support the development of solutions fit for climate change.
Rivard. L., Lehoux, P., Rocha de Oliveira, R., Alami, H. (2023). Thematic analysis of tools for health innovators and organisation leaders to develop digital health solutions fit for climate change. BMJ Leader.