mHealth Showdown: Consumer and Clinical Devices’ Battle for Market Dominance

The mHealth device space has been increasingly hyped in recent years as existing consumer devices, off-the-shelf electronic components, and novel sensors provide a convenient platform for assembling mobile health care applications. Venture capitalists and startups have shifted focus considerably tow...

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