Sunday, November 04, 2018

The Internet of Medical Things Gold Rush (And My Grandfather's Wooden Leg)

Equally important is the demand side of the equation, symbolized by an aging population with high rates of chronic disease. According to Parks Associates, nearly half of U.S. households with broadband own some sort of connected health device. Partners HealthCare vice president Joseph Kvedar cautioned that there won’t be enough doctors and nurses for that elderly population without embracing appropriate use of technology.

From the article "The Internet of Medical Things Gold Rush (And My Grandfather's Wooden Leg)" by Michael Millenson.

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