MGA’s Latest Work Examining Digital Health Tools
You probably have at least one device that tracks your activity, sleep, heart rate, etc. These tools and the personal health data they provide us have become ubiquitous. But what about devices and apps that track a patient’s health data and allow their healthcare provider to access the data and make therapeutic adjustments or interventions remotely? This remote patient monitoring or management can have demonstrable health benefits. In a new paper, Alex Brill, Eric Wallace, and Christy Robinson look at the evidence on these digital health tools, particularly in the realm of home dialysis.
Read the full report here.