Digital tools are becoming an integral part of the health care system. This chapter explores the functionality necessary to promote older adults’ engagement with digital health tools, health behavior concepts that may be used to promote adoption, and suggests interventions to promote usage. The primary focus is on addressing factors that are within the practitioner’s ability to influence, such as digital health tool user education and proper selection of technology, while recognizing that some barriers to adoption, such as lack of high-speed Internet connections in rural areas, will require federal, state, and local community involvement. In addition, the chapter explores practical considerations when deploying technologies to diverse groups of older users and their caregivers. Finally, it examines methods in which providers may seek reimbursement for digital health services within their practices.