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IBM exposes future networked healthcare devices

coondoggie (973519) writes | about 3 years ago

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coondoggie writes "IBM came out with a study today that looks at what future healthcare applications and devices, be they PCs, tablet or smart phone might look like. The study notes that medical device makers have in the past few years successfully targeted consumers who are extremely health or fitness conscious as well as those who need to be regularly monitored because of a serious health problem. But the IBM study says those devices and services could now go a step further and integrate mobile and home-based devices with web-based resources, electronic and personal health records to help people make more well-informed medial decisions and actually help manage their healthcare situation more proactively."
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