AT&T and remote patient monitoring

It seems as if there aren't too many telecommunications firms left that aren't making a big push into telemedicine and mobile healthcare these days. (T-Mobile, we're waiting to hear from you.) In case you were wondering what AT&T was up to these days--other than being every iPhone user's favorite whipping boy--Hungarian health 2.0 enthusiast Dr. Bertalan Meskó has compiled some good information on the subject. Meskó, who's now pursuing a doctorate in personalized genomics, notes on his ScienceRoll blog that AT&T is bullish on remote patient monitoring and includes a couple of videos demonstrating such technologies. Blog

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