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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...

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...

RPM Started with Neurology

I think the reason that remote patient monitoring will grow is because of its effectiveness. When interfacing with healthcare you get a simple short snapshot of a condition or you’re locked down in a hospital room with little more than a bed and TV. Time series...

The Future of Monitoring

60 minutes is reporting on a high-tech Navy monitoring system that’s in research. Remote patient monitoring, where the device is injected and the patient data is transmitted to health services. Looks like something out of Star...

How Will Healthcare Return to Work?

To be clear, I’m not talking about COVID critical care but the routine of family and daily healthcare that we all remember. Will everyone come back into the office and work as before or have some teams identified advantages in some staff working remotely?...

A Watches Longitudinal Study for Cardiac Patients

I think this shows us the future we will see shortly. Any patient with a cardiac concern will be utilizing a wrist device to keep up with them day to day and trigger doctor office visits. This looks at Apple watches which is not ideal due to the frequent charging need...