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CES Recap: Does Consumer Tech Have Value In Healthcare?

And CES has taken notice as well. What once was contained in a tiny corner of one conference hall now has its own dedicated digital health section, where Abbott was showing off the latest in testing tech, Withings had a collection of wearables on display, MedWand was demonstrating its home-based digital health tool, and Vivoo was offering up a smart toilet and home urine-testing platform. Other examples could be found at the nearby Venetian resort and conference center, where healthcare played an integral role in Parks Associates' Connections Summit.

From the article, "CES Recap: Does Consumer Tech Have Value In Healthcare?," by Eric Wicklund.

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