Healthy living through wearables: Closing the gap between doctors’ recommendations and patients’ actions

The health space is one that is generally perceived as slow to change and resistant to technology adoption. To better understand how doctors, who represent one of the key stakeholders in this space, view technology and its entry into the medical field, Nielsen conducted a survey of 626 U.S. physi...

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