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Can Data From Your Fitbit Transform Medicine?

The Center for Connected Health and Massachusetts General Hospital are among those studying wearable devices to see if they can motivate patients.

The Center for Connected Health and its programs are also featured in this WSJ article about how providers are using technology & personalized approaches to get patients more engaged.

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Join Us! 2014 Connected Health Symposium, October 23-24 Boston

Where innovators in technology, health care & communications connect. Register Now

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Wellocracy: As Featured in The New York Times & Wall Street Journal

Learn more about how to incorporate health trackers and apps into your life with Wellocracy.

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ROI Calculator for Heart Failure Monitoring

The Center for Technology and Aging and the Center for Connected Health have developed a return on investment (ROI) evaluation tool to help health care organizations assess the intrinsic financial costs and benefits of RPM technologies. Access the tool here.

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Two Strategies for the Integration of Patient-Generated Data into the EMR. Which Road to Travel?

Joseph C. Kvedar, MD. February 7, 2014

One is a proactive approach, using patient-generated data as a core part of population health management and making sure that the sickest patients have the devices to generate objective and self-reported data. The other is perhaps a less aggressive approach, opening the APIs and allowing those with smartphones and connected devices to bring data in.... Continue Reading


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