Connected Health Tools Improve Patient Outcomes (contributor), PharmaVoice

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The ability for real-time information exchange enables better relationships, monitoring, and behavior change.  The Center for Connected Health has been studying the effects of connected health on patient behavior, engagement, and outcomes concluding that patients who used wireless devices were more likely to be engaged in their healthcare and have better outcomes.

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