How Big Tech Is Going After Your Health Care

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How Big Tech Is Going After Your Health Care
Minor, dean of the Stanford University School of Medicine, said the app enabled researchers to smoothly enroll more than 54,000 patients — a large number for a study conducted by one medical center —
and collect much more data than they could have otherwise.
This year, Verily introduced a health research device, the Verily Study Watch, with sensors
that can collect data on heart rate, gait and skin temperature.
The companies are accelerating their efforts to remake health care by developing or collaborating
on new tools for consumers, patients, doctors, insurers and medical researchers.
Apple is taking a different approach — using its popular iPhone and Apple Watch to help consumers better track and manage their health.


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