Digital health literacy is the ability of people to use digital technologies to promote and maintain their health. This includes the following areas: 1. Information literacy: The ability to find, understand, and evaluate relevant health information. 2. Communication literacy: The ability to communicate with healthcare providers and others about health topics. 3. Self-management literacy: The ability to use health information and technologies for self-care and treatment.

Digital health literacy is important because it helps people make health-promoting decisions and improve their health. This includes the following benefits: 1. Improved health information and care: Digital technologies can help people access up-to-date and reliable health information. They can also improve communication between patients and healthcare providers. 2. Increased self-efficacy:** Digital health literacy can help people feel more confident about their health and actively participate in their healthcare. 3. Reduced health costs:** Digital health technologies can help reduce the cost of healthcare by, for example, reducing the need for doctor's visits.

Lack of education and awareness: Many people do not have the basic knowledge and skills needed to use digital health offerings. Technical barriers: Digital health offerings can be complex and difficult to use. This can be a challenge for people with low digital skills. Socioeconomic factors: People with low income, low education, or from disadvantaged groups may have less access to digital technologies and health information. Language barriers: People who do not speak the language of the country they live in may find it difficult to use digital health offerings.