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Tech-Driven Health and Wellness | VR for Patients

Health care is on many Americans' minds right now, especially those who are preparing to select their health care benefits for 2020. It's also a key focus for the tech industry, as technology is essential to improving patient experiences, achieving better outcomes, promoting wellness, and developing new treatments. These tools are not just found in doctor's offices and hospitals -- increasingly, we interact with them through the devices we carry and wear every day.

Find out more about tech's latest health innovations below.

What we're reading

The Future of Amazon's Alexa: Helping Doctors Diagnose Diseases | Tampa Bay Times

Alphabet’s AI Might Be Able to Predict Kidney Disease | WIRED

Apple Announces Three New Apple Watch Health Studies with Big-Name Partners | MobiHealth News

AI and Preventative Health Care: Diagnosis in the Blink of an Eye | Microsoft

Electronic and Mobile Health Solutions | HP

What we're watching

Cisco for Health Care | Cisco

What we're saying

TechNet Statement on the California Consumer Privacy Act

TechNet in the news

How Changes to California's Data-Privacy Rules Would Affect Employers |

Before you start your weekend

Virtual Reality (VR) can help terminally ill patients escape the real world for a while and provide them with the experience of a lifetime, via the Institute for Human Caring:

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