Remote monitoring potential of ultrawideband for hospitals too large to ignore

Citing a recent study out of Oregon State University, FierceMobileHealthcare Editor Sara Jackson argues that ultrawideband technology has a boatload of promise with regard to remote patient monitoring and improving care quality. "Ultrawideband technology may not be new, but a new study out of Oregon State University indicates that it could be the secret to advanced remote patient monitoring," she writes. "And as care moves from inpatient to outpatient settings--and ultimately to the home environment--such innovation could mean quicker patient discharges and more preventive care, a keystone in accountable care organizations." --Read her full commentary at FierceMobileHealthcare

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