Connected health is a new and growing trend in medicine. It means using wireless digital technology and the Internet to deliver health care where and when people need it. It includes automatically transmitting health information to doctors and nurses that is collected at home. Connected health programs now available in some health care systems help doctors and nurses to deliver better care to people with high blood pressure and other common conditions.
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