Platform allows patient monitoring via live video chat

12/5/2012 | eWeek

AT&T has unveiled a cloud-based remote patient-monitoring platform designed to enable physicians to better monitor their patients' chronic conditions, including diabetes, via video chat. Video chatting may allow clinicians to observe signs of problems such as mood and skin color changes that they would not be able to note through a phone conversation, according to an AT&T official.

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