Peggy Smedley continues the month of remote monitoring with an extensive look at how it is impacting healthcare and ensuring more value to patients and physicians when it comes to regular visits.
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Samir Chatterjee, Fletcher Jones Chair of Technology Design & Management, Clairemont Graduate University, explains that human nature to cut corners has enabled people to become more dependent on medical solutions to cure them.
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Sam De Brouwer, co-founder, doc.ai and Scanadu, says while innovation in personalized healthcare is moving steadily, it is not moving fast enough.
Danielle George, professor of radio frequency engineering, University of Manchester, talks transitioning her work in wireless tech for U.K. space stations to helping farmers gain a better understanding of crops and weeds before they begin to grow.
Gina Altieri, senior vice president of corporate services and chief of strategy integration, Nemours Children’s Health System, details her path toward a career in healthcare technology and her work to create an efficient warehouse that allows clinicians to access patient data no matter which facility they visit.
Joe Colistra, associate professor, School of Architecture, Design & Planning, University of Kansas, gives his predictions on how big data is set to emerge as a new natural resource to help develop smart homes and smart cities to deal with unlimited bandwidth.
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Peggy talks about the growing innovations in connected healthcare like remote monitoring and virtual visits, and says that infrastructure must adapt in order to bring these capabilities and effectively transfer patient data to and from remote areas in the world.
Peggy dives into trends gaining traction within the IoT, such as LTE (long-term evolution) and chips—all which is helping enterprises gain access to better connectivity.