MedCity News January 13, 2022
Dr. Eric Gantwerker

Digital health will alter HIPAA compliance – one of five predictions in this article about what the future portends in healthcare.

The Covid-19 pandemic created a whirlwind of changes to healthcare and brought in a new era of digital health that has redefined patient care and will remain the top focus in the industry for many years to come. Here are my predictions for 2022.

The enhancement of biometric data collection and what that means for the patient and physician

It has become increasingly simple to monitor a patient’s health in the comfort of their home. In fact, home-based wearable and implantable biosensors, such as smart jewelry like the Oura and Apple Watch, continuous glucose monitors (CGMs), KardiaMobile EKG app,...

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