Cleveland Clinic, Microsoft home monitoring pilot yields "significant" results

March 1, 2010 by MedCity News

Cleveland Clinic researchers find a "significant change in the average number of days between physician office visits for patients" who used home monitoring devices.

MedCity News

By Mary Vanac

CLEVELAND, Ohio — The use of at-home medical devices to connect doctors and patients via the Internet can help both groups more efficiently manage chronic conditions, such as diabetes, high blood pressure and heart failure, according to research at the Cleveland Clinic.

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