Patients are on board with health trackers but don't trust consumer wearables

Patients are on board with health trackers but don't trust consumer wearables

As the health industry looks to innovation for health care, many patients claim to be on board with health trackers but don’t trust consumer wearables. Dr. Todd Czartoski, chief executive of telehealth and chief medical technology officer, weighs in on the effectiveness of health care technology.

"Being able to have multiple data points on patients literally every day, to manage patients with chronic diseases is way more effective than a patient going to see a doctor once every six months to see how their blood pressure or diabetes is doing," said Todd Czartoski, M.D. during a recent Fierce Healthcare virtual event.

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