Market Intel: Digital Tech At The Heart Of Cardiology Innovation
Digital health technologies from smartphone applications, wearables, digital weight scales and telehealth are rapidly changing the landscape of cardiac care, offering new tools for engaging cardiology patients and enhancing cardiologists' workflows. There is a lot of hype, but also some real promise. Here's a look at what's happening and some expert insights on the benefits and challenges these new innovations represent, as well as market projections. Digital health was a major topic of discussion by cardiologists and entrepreneurs during this year's Transcatheter Cardiovascular Therapeutics (TCT) conference in San Diego. This is the second in a series of articles on the future of cardiovascular technology, spotlighting discussion and presentations from TCT.
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