In an age of widespread technology, digital healthcare using online sources such as laptops, smart phones, and tablets and even wearable devices such as fitness trackers is widely available to supplement in person visits with doctors, nurse practitioners, and other health personnel. The field of digital health is closely related to the genomics, or the DNA that exists within single cells, which can be digitized and manipulated. As a result, modern healthcare includes innovative technologies such as cancer treatments, screenings for disease risks, genetic heritage testing, gene editing, and more. Individuals have increased ability to track and monitor their own health and contribute to health care knowledge that will benefit society