Happiness Sensor Predicts Employee Moods

Happiness Sensor Predicts Employee Moods

It should come as little surprise that a wearable “happiness” sensor should originate in Japan, the same country that gave the world the terminally cute “Hello Kitty” character. Industry giant Hitachi developed this device as a means of...
Wearable Health Tech Side-Effect: New Jobs

Wearable Health Tech Side-Effect: New Jobs

We frequently mention how the data generated by wearable Health Tech devices has the potential to radically transform our healthcare system, for individual patients and for the population as a whole. Big Data analytics of this growing treasure trove of...
NIH Recommends Wearables for Alzheimer Research

NIH Recommends Wearables for Alzheimer Research

The National Institutes of Health (NIH) recently released a list of eight recommendations to change the direction of Alzheimer’s research. The list covers a range of areas, from encouraging more collaboration and transparency among researchers, to developing Big...
Home Health Hubs to Grow Rapidly

Home Health Hubs to Grow Rapidly

No man is an island, and if designed properly, few wearable Health Tech devices should live in isolation, either. Part of the benefit of these new devices comes from being able to aggregate data from many different sources for each individual, and then apply Big Data...