Connected Healthcare

Will wireless and mobile technologies be as transformative to healthcare as the automobile was to transportation a century ago? At least one person close to the geographical epicenter thinks so.    

"Wireless health and mobile health [mHealth] solutions are creating a new personalized health paradigm, comprised of self-empowered consumers who are more connected to and in better control of their own health [and their family's] and remotely-linked into our healthcare systems," writes San Diego-based healthcare consultant Paul Sonnier in San Diego Source/The Daily Transcript. "On the provider side, doctors and nurses are receiving targeted information to make better decisions while extending their reach beyond the physical bounds of the hospital. While hard to believe in this world of ever-escalating healthcare costs, wireless health achieves the paradoxical goals of improving healthcare delivery and patient outcomes while lowering costs."

 
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