The value of digital health monitoring and where STSI's study went wrong

The Scripps Translational Science Institute (STSI) recently published the results of its Wired for Health Study, concluding there are no short-term economic or clinical benefits to digital health monitoring. The study's goalswas to determine whether monitoring blood sugar, blood pressure, and hea...

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