UK Goes All In on Remote Patient Monitoring

The UK’s National Health Service is rolling out seven projects to test mHealth and telehealth technology in remote patient monitoring. Officials say the ground-breaking initiative will help millions of Britons live at home while having real-time access to healthcare resources.NHS England Chief Executive Simon Stevens said the “test beds” feature partnerships with some of the world’s largest companies and use telehealth, wearables and predictive analytics to move the nation’s health network toward what he called the “self-care era.” RELATED ARTICLES “Over the next decade major health gains won’t just come from a few ‘miracle cures,’ (but from) combining diverse breakthroughs in fields such as biosensors, medtech and drug discovery, mobile communications and artificial intelligence (AI) computing,” Stevens said while attending the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland. The projects are…


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