With the advances made in wearable medical device technology and the proliferation of such devices, patients today are able to collect an incredible amount of health-related data—but how much of it is actually useful to physicians? It can be tempting to think of more data as always being valuable to diagnosticians, but there are major hurdles to processing the vast amount of information that such devices can generate...
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