The two companies aim to collaborate on solutions providing early warnings, enabling the identification of patients that could otherwise go undiagnosed.
The early-stage study took place over 12 weeks and included an 82-person healthy control group and 31 individuals with varying stages of cognitive decline.
Representatives from the big tech and health plans said they want to help consumers get access to their medical claims data via an app of their choosing.
Called Motion Medical, it aims to accelerate the development of medical technology and new minimally invasive treatments.
The technology has been designed to improve the quality of life for over 1.4M people living with learning disabilities in the UK, their families and carers.
The combined solution will allow providers to access data remotely, gaining more insight into how patients are using the technology.
The solution is made to encourage improved health and wellbeing through access to the health metrics of Garmin wearable devices.
Leading biopharmaceutical organizations join Project Baseline initiative to engage more patients and clinicians in research and speed evidence generation.
The two companies will provide Houston-area customers with tech-enabled, primary care clinics in five convenient, neighborhood Walgreens locations.
The VSee telehealth and telemedicine solution for the Vuzix M300XL and Vuzix Blade Smart Glasses is expected to be commercially available during Q2 2019.