What to make of the wearables craze
Adam Kunin, a cardiac specialist with a practice in Morrisville, Vermont, tells patients that if they want to know what the cause of their health problem is, such as a rapid heart beat or a feeling of faintness, a wearable heart holter will help him figure out why.
At the same time, however, Kunin reminds them that the newest wearable devices, whether a holter or one of many other options, are not always a viable solution.
Kunin’s approach spotlights the reality that the U.S. healthcare industry is still in an early adopter stage when it comes to wearables — and that goes for both physicians and patients.
So what should a medical practice make of the wearable craze?
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