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12 Cool Tech Innovations Keep You Healthy

From talking robots to mobile apps that take some pain out of ER visits, health IT innovations abounded at Partners Healthcare's Connected Health Symposium. Take a look.
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Independa's tablet-based Angela (as in angel) provides social engagement opportunities, as well as visual medication and appointment "Smart Reminders" for patients at home. Reminders are also available by phone or text messages, and the product includes a "Life Stories" feature for sharing memories.

Angela, part of Independa's expanding suite of integrated telecare tools, is intended to provide real-time virtual care to help elderly people continue living safe and healthy lives in the comfort of home, while informing and engaging family caregivers regardless of their location.

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aboyd02101
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11/14/2011 | 4:48:16 PM
re: 12 Cool Tech Innovations Keep You Healthy
I attended the Partners Connected Health Symposium here in Boston and was impressed by the array of new tech innovations.

SBR Health provides real-time, video communications solutions specialized for the healthcare industry. With a secure platform that links patients, clinicians, specialists and extended care givers together, SBR Health provides innovative and effective means of care.

www.sbrhealth.com
ANON1250076399139
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ANON1250076399139,
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11/9/2011 | 1:29:36 AM
re: 12 Cool Tech Innovations Keep You Healthy
Hmmm. WakeMate sounds cool, too.
Luke G.
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11/8/2011 | 12:01:39 PM
re: 12 Cool Tech Innovations Keep You Healthy
WakeMate is a great tool as well. It tracks sleep data and wakes you up too, using an iPhone/iPod connected via BlueTooth. It's cheaper, but does not have any type of email coaching program. I'm currently doing a full review and will be posting it soon over on my blog (www.lukegerhardt.com), FYI.
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Leo Regulus,
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11/7/2011 | 7:55:57 PM
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Multi Media / Slide Shows are neither stories nor articles. Sheldon would be very displeased.
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