IMT shares the latest insights from digital health.
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Results from Studies on Wearables
What we learned from aparito studies in the latest IMT article by Chris Tyson, CTO:
- Key trends from data collection and how to make sure we capture enough relevant data in the first place
- Patient engagement with wearable devices, hint: low level of engagement from the teenage group, a group that adapts more easily to new technology!
- The importance of the non-tech relationship between physician and patient
What is the story behind the tweet?
RockHealth reported on their 85 interviews with start-up founders to help us better understand how to streamline enterprise sales. Result: B2B business models predominate digital health - report.
Trump signs FDA reauthorization bill. The law signifies that digital health is back on the agenda for the President and, with a better approach to regulatory concerns, will push forward pilot programs – link.
More from the FDA: their experience with machine learning to date. Key takeaways include issues around classification, study design and technology – article.
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