«The research letter, published Monday in npj digital medicine, drew on surveys of patients at six federally qualified health centers to determine interest in and barriers to having a fitness tracker.»
«»Our findings suggest that widespread adoption and use of digital health devices are possible across diverse communities, but would require a high-touch approach, including educational materials and public or private financial investment in devices,» wrote researchers.»
Article written by Kat Jercich.
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