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The Health Care Benefits of Combining Wearables and AI – Harvard Business Review

Executive Summary There’s enormous interest in applying AI to nearly every area of healthcare. But not every application of AI in healthcare will produce similar benefits. One area that stands to benefit most is remote monitoring of large numbers of people. Wearable devices can transmit volumes of clinical data – blood pressure, respiratory rate, oxygen levels,… Read More »

Harvard research reveals Coke’s fingerprints on health policy in China

A complex network of research funding, institutional ties, and personal influence allowed Coca-Cola, through connections with a nonprofit group, to exert substantial influence over obesity science and policy solutions in China, nudging government policy into alignment with the company’s corporate interests, a Harvard study has found. Professor Susan Greenhalgh’s study reveals not just efforts by… Read More »