Digital health devices are great - but the people who really need them can't afford them, warns public health professor



Despite many medical advancements over the past decade, there is a growing recognition that disease prevention and better disease management are critical to reducing preventable deaths and containing rising health care costs.
The private sector has begun to develop tools to improve chronic disease management with digital health technologies, and that market is growing rapidly. 
These technologies, such as activity trackers and blood pressure and glucose monitors, empower patients with the necessary information to better manage their conditions.
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18 October 2016 in Health, Views: 50
Source: Daily Mail
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