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Watches and the Real World

People will use what they can to stay on time with their health. This study shows people with heart conditions are using watches to monitor themselves. This is neither good nor bad but we’re learning what happens. This trend will grow and both successes and...

Apple adds Walking Steadiness

At Apple’s wwdc conference they announced their usual slate of techy things. I was most interested in their discussion on an overhaul of the health app. Sharing with family and health professionals is given. Alerts to them in critical situations like, Walking...

Do You Consider Telehealth a Fad?

If you’re thinking about telehealth as it is today you may consider it a fad that will most likely disappear after the pandemic’s influence on us fades away. I think you would be mistaken. Telehealth is not a physician sitting at home talking to you on a...

Learning How to Use Watches Takes Time

Amazon has their take on sensors, watches and AI support. Apple, Google, Samsung and others are trying to be successful as well. It will take time to understand what works for which people. In the meantime we’ll continue to get confusing and sometimes creepy...

Virtual Work Requires New Skills

We’ve been working virtually on fire for a decade. We’ve had a lot of stumbles, lack of awareness of client’s view leading to high turnover, client staff actively undermining virtual staff, and many more lessons both big and small.  We’ve...