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What Does the Future Hold After Telemedicine 2.0? Think Small.

Big data has been a primary focus of change in the U.S. healthcare system. Small data, however, will drive even more change for individual patients and disrupt both the Internet of Things and physician's day to day clinical practice. Why? Right now, we're moving toward the collection of biometric, lab and imaging data on an unprecedented scale. This small data collection on patients over time is quickly creating an ecosystem where the consumer is connected to sensors that monitor biodata, and subsequently connecting them to the Internet of Things.
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