Could data-driven health tech save lives and cut waiting times?

With an aging population comes a rising pressure on healthcare services to provide urgent care to a large community of vulnerable people. It’s a situation that can lead to ever expanding waiting lists and patients being treated for emergency care later than necessary.

Healthcare IT expert and entrepreneur Harry Glorikian argues that if people listened more and tracked what was going on inside their own bodies, it would lessen the pressure on healthcare providers.

In Glorikian’s new book The Future of You he makes the case for patient self-management using digital technology which can be used to provide preventative healthcare to reduce wait times and detect illnesses before they become too serious.

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