Turkcell unveils results of m-health device study

Friday 26 September 2014 | 08:50 CET | News
Turkish telecommunication and technology company Turkcell and Turkey's oldest academic institution Istanbul University announced the initial results of a medical diabetes study carried out with mobile health platform Turkcell Healthmeter. Turkcell Healthmeter is a M2M-technology-based mobile health device which communicates the patient's health data to the doctor in real time and stores it electronically in a database.  The study is among the first known global examples of an operator-developed mobile health product that has successfully produced significant health benefits in a scientific

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Turkcell
Countries: Turkey
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