The wearable future comes to medical practices

Medical Economics | August 10, 2016

“There is a real phenomenon that doctors feel they’re staring at screens and not making eye contact with patients. But [wearable devices] could free you up so you can be more efficient and be more present with the patient while you do your work,” says Joseph C. Kvedar, MD, vice president of Boston-based Partners HealthCare Connected Health, a health IT consulting firm. Read More