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Smartphones, telemedicine making health care more portable (access required)

New apps help doctors keep track of patients’ conditions

Smartphone apps and other personal devices are poised to disrupt a lot of norms in the health care industry by changing the way patient information is tested and tracked. But it may still be another decade before that technology reaches the level of sophistication and reliability needed to effectively replace visits to a practitioner. “We’re trying ...

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