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Currently Wearables are used by mostly “Fit” and active patients. Taking the Fitbit Flex as an example as I use it myself.

If Chronic Disease patients (CHF,COPD,Diabetics,Obesity) would use such a device then they and their PMDs would have an objective measurement of their activity level, i.e. how much they walk in a day, week, or month. For myself, having the daily

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Technology innovations

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We recently reviewed PwC’s Medical Technology Innovation Scorecard which  assesses nine countries’ capacity and capability for medical technology innovation: Brazil, China, France, Germany, India, Israel, Japan, United Kingdom, United States.Key findings:The medical technology innovation ecosystem, long centered in the United

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