Screening with wearables—what do the clinical guidelines support?

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Consumer wearables and traditional healthcare are on a collision course. The 170+ million wearables sold per year dwarf the scale of traditional medical devices, and they come with increasingly powerful health sensors. Multiple studies have now shown accurate detection of several health conditions using consumer wearables like Apple Watch, Garmin, and WearOS by Google paired with AI-based algorithms: Atrial fibrillation: …

New data shows wearables are no longer just for the worried well

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1 in 4 Americans now own a wearable. While it’s often assumed that those who purchase a wearable consist of the “worried well,” the data says otherwise—among Cardiogram users, the average Apple Watch owner is now 41 years old, and more likely than the general population to manage a chronic condition. Today, we’re releasing our first Wearable Healthcare Usage Report, …