Wearables are technology that can be worn, embedded in clothing or even embedded in a human body – as an implant or a tattoo. To qualify as a wearable, the tech must incorporate a microprocessor and connect to the internet. Wearables in healthcare are devices that collect and deliver biometric data to relevant healthcare constituents.

Wearables hold a lot of promise for healthcare in many contexts, including direct-to-consumer healthcare, telehealth, digital care, virtual care, patient engagement and remote patient monitoring.

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