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Digital Health, Wearables
There are actually many wellness and monitoring devices on the market now that can be worn, like Fitbits for example. As it stands, these devices aren’t actually used in a medical environment in a large capacity despite being in an industry that’s forecast to reach 126.1 million units by the year 2019. Instead of being prescribed, they’re recommended. People are supposed to wear them as a benefit to their wellness, but the wellness and medical industries are incredibly different.

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Digital Health, Internet Of Things IoT
We all are aware that budget cuts are a real problem facing industries around the world – it seems like everyone is expecting to do more with less to break even; to make ends meet. The public health sector and social care systems are under this same scrutiny, believe it or not. This is incredible obvious when you look at how public health systems are supposed to handle population aging. Populations around the world are aging and they have increasingly more complicated health needs. The resources being used to help them are becoming fewer and further between.

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Big Data, Digital Health
This is the first of five blogs on Healthcare Big Data and its impact written by John Morton about Big data for Digital SalutemThe second article is Big Data: Healthcare Prevention and the third Big Data: Healthcare Diagnosis 

Medical data science and health informatics have been using big data methods and analytics, for longer than the term “big data” has been around.  Admittedly they have been used in “back room” specialised departments hidden in the depths of medical research establishments.

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Digital Health, Wearables
In recent decades, the healthcare system has been burdened with a growing rate of chronic disease and aging. This doesn’t speak to just one country, either. Many countries around the world have seen this trend crop up, and thus their local healthcare systems become bogged down. One country that this trend is prevalent in is China, but a solution is potentially on the horizon.

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