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ZTE's e-healthcare pilot in Dusseldorf well received

Friday 24 March 2017 | 10:24 CET | News
Participants in an e-healthcare project launched by ZTE and the City of Dusseldorf's Health Department gave a positive rating to the project after its completion. Based on ZTE's weCare platform, the project took place in 10 senior residences of Arbeiterwohlfahrt Dusseldorf (AWO). The eHealthcare platform was rated as extremely helpful by the participants, caregivers and family members.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: ZTE
Countries: Germany
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