Originally published: March 1, 2011
Last updated: March 1, 2011 - 8:53pm
Got high blood pressure? There's an app for that. There's one for diabetes too. Another app that will watch your weight -- and report it to your doctor. Smart phones, cell phones and home computers are just waiting to launch the next big revolution in health care, said Robert Jarring, senior director for government affairs at the wireless communications innovator Qualcomm. Wireless mobile devices can become an ever-present link between patient and doctor.
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