A nonprofit based in upstate New York is distributing nearly 7,000 Kinsa smart thermometers to community service providers and underserved populations.
In collaboration with regional hospitals and a broad coalition of healthcare providers and social services organizations, the initiative hopes to provide real-time remote monitoring of health conditions, enabling more timely interventions and responses.
An excellent example of how tech-enabled healthcare and smart devices can improve outcomes, this model suggests how AI and IoT can be better leveraged in the context of healthcare to improve rates of early detection and provide more efficient monitoring of treatment/recovery, all while minimizing risk to providers.
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Originally reported in Health Care IT News.
(image courtesy of kinsahealth.co)