Opinion: Can healthcare and tech work together?
If it's Monday, your smartphone might remind you, you should probably be thinking about quitting smoking. Your odds of being diagnosed with the MERS virus are 1 in 150 based on other cases in your city. Oh, and don't worry — your blood pressure has stayed steady with your latest prescription. No need to see the doctor. These are only a handful of the insights that e-health, or the use of remote technology to provide medical care, could someday tell us and our doctors about how we live. The idea that a computer screen, a cellphone, or even a wearable wristband could revolutionize medicine isn't exactly far-fetched.
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