Justin Williams, CEO and founder of Noteworth, a digital healthcare company, says that remote technology allows monitoring of patients who are symptomatic but don’t need hospital care. “This technology not only provides key telemetry about a patient but (also) can do it asymmetrically, freeing up staff resources desperately needed in dealing with very sick patients,” he says.

Remote monitoring, which is part of his company’s platform, can also help gather data over a geographic area, giving a real-time view of disease, says Williams.

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