WHO publishes clinical, public health policy, and data recommendations to advise countries on health interventions and evidence-based practices for improving the health of individuals and populations. This includes recommendations on who provides health interventions, how they are delivered, and accountability mechanisms. WHO produces international standards for priority indicators, as well as for coding and reporting of data, that include the Family of International Classifications, International Classification of Diseases (ICD), the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health, and the International Classification of Health Interventions. WHO and member states recognise that using digital interventions to deliver clinical, public health, and data recommendations has the potential to accelerate and amplify their impact on the health and wellbeing of populations. 1As countries increasingly invest in digital technologies, WHO will need to build support for digital health across its core functions, to ensure continuing relevance of its norms and standards…more