Bernard Klocman and his company envision a day in the near future when all patients admitted to the hospital will receive an inexpensive, essentially disposable, wrist-worn life monitor instead of the traditional hospital bracelets.
Cellular providers have recently become aggressive in the promotional advancement of new technology initiatives which provide their subscribers access to a greater selection of connected medical devices.
Patrick Soon-Shiong’s foray into mHealh has largely been met with glowing praise and very little critical review, which is crazy because he is a 60 year-old man trying to take on the millennial generation on their own turf.
AFrameDigital’s MobileCare Monitor has been cleared by the FDA and could quietly become a force in the advancement of mobile health and body area network technologies under one unified data collection platform-of-platforms.
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