Survey: 40% of U.S. consumers would buy a remote monitoring tool

09/8/2010 | Wall Street Journal, The

A PricewaterhouseCoopers survey of 2,000 consumers showed that 40% said they are willing to buy a remote monitoring device, but roughly two-thirds of those would only make the purchase if the price was less than $50. PwC also surveyed 1,000 providers and found that 57% would like to use such technologies to track the condition of their patients outside the hospital.

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