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Patient status engine combines wireless body-worn sensors with cloud-based electronic health record

6/10/2012 09:06 PM EDT
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docdivakar
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docdivakar   7/14/2012 8:31:41 PM
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This is a good solution particularly for remote patient care where regular clinical visits may be challenging. The use cases will have their own challenges in preventative, diagnostic and therapeutic scenarios. Nonetheless, this is a good start and time will tell how widespread its adoption will be. MP Divakar

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DrQuine   6/16/2012 4:44:14 PM
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Maybe the day will come when annual checkups are obsolete and the monitoring system will keep our doctor posted on our health and alert us when health maintenance is required (or emergency situations require an immediate trip to the hospital).

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