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Wellness activity According to a recent study, “Wearables are morphing from their original fitness and wellness label into a tracker that can be clinically meaningful to patients—and perhaps even providers.” (Photo: Shutterstock)

The use of digital tools for health care continued to grow in 2018, and also saw a change of direction, as people increasingly used wearable devices to manage health conditions, as opposed to tracking fitness. The report also explored consumer commitment to digital health devices and the issue of data privacy.


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