Heart failure patients responded favorably to technologies that enable at-home monitoring of chronic conditions, a small study in Telemedicine and e-Health revealed. However, factors such as mistrust of technology, reliance on their established health care providers and satisfaction with their current routines might be barriers to wider use, researchers noted.
Study looks at patient response to at-home disease monitoring tools
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