Sensing technologies hold enormous potential for early detection of health changes that can dramatically affect the aging experience. Embedded health assessment can enable functional independence, improve self-management of chronic or acute conditions, and thus, improve quality of life
Sensing technologies hold enormous potential for detecting and tracking health changes that can dramatically affect the aging experience. Embedded health assessment can improve management of chronic or acute conditions, and thus, improve quality of life. Problems in chronic disease management are often the cause of losing independence for aging Americans.
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