- Posted by Next IT Healthcare
- On August 25, 2016
- Digital Health Now
On August 6, 1926, Gertrude Ederle successfully swam the English Channel. If only she’d had a wearable, we could have tracked her heart rate, calories burned, water intake, etc. The wearable industry remains competitive while consumers remain fickle on what exactly they want from these devices. Read more about the jungle out there in wearable technology below.
Also in this month’s scoop, a blog post by Next IT Healthcare’s Chief Strategy Officer, Victor Morrison, elaborating on his SXSW 2017 submission titled “Overcoming Barriers to AI in Healthcare”, Aetna drops Obamacare in 11 out of the 15 states they serve and millennials ripe for taking on the biotech industry. Maybe millennials in biotech will get us one step closer to better patient engagement, according to Health IT OUTCOMES patients can’t leverage technology for a disease they aren’t interested in managing.
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