We suspect many of you wear a mobile tracking device – or know someone that does. This continually evolving field has produced new tools capable of recording more than steps and sleep patterns. The newest generation features ingestible electronics that allow healthcare practitioners to diagnose, detect and monitor a wide range of physiological conditions. By generating real-time, exceptionally personalized medical information, they make it possible to develop digital medicine that is more precise, effective and widely distributed than current medical practices.
We are pleased to announce our latest whitepaper titled “Digital Medicine: A transformative digital health technology” authored by Medical Technology Risk Control Manager, Michael Campbell. In this whitepaper, Mike defines digital health and ingestible electronics, along with regulatory considerations and other concerns about unintended risks and consequences of digital medicine usage.
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