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Digital health measures gain traction, but privacy and ethics research lags – Boston, Massachusetts

Boston, Massachusetts 2021-09-15 08:30:33 –

NS Catalyze New review Virtually no research was found on the ethics, security, and data rights of digital health measures. There are three areas of concern about blind spots in areas and industries that require public trust to make a difference in health outcomes.

With doctor appointments moving online and clinical trials driven to remote locations, the potential for digital health measures such as movement and heart rate during the pandemic has become more prominent. Research into these measures is being driven by both academia and industry, including high-tech giants where wearable devices can drive most of the data collection.

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