Reforming Delivery
Apple iWatch to Reshape Health Care?
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  • rheddles

    Given security issues everywhere, I would prefer a system in which I keep the data on the collection device until I want to release it to a specific designee. Sooner or later this data will go to the insurance companies who will use it to adjust rates and which will be hacked.

  • Doug

    Read “Cell” by Robin Cook before you go out and buy an I-doc.

  • qet

    The preternatural obsession with “health care costs” and with bodily “health” generally in this country is already leading to this kind of thing becoming no longer voluntary, but mandatory. Iowa recently began requiring kids in school to wear heart monitors in gym class, not to protect those who might have an unknown heart ailment, but “to prevent slacking” (in the words of Slate). So be careful with how much enthusiasm you greet this sort of thing.

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