Voices From mHealth 2015: Qualcomm Exec Urges Device Firms To Focus On Usability
This article was originally published in The Gray Sheet
As Qualcomm Life continues to build partnerships that allow medical devices to connect through their 2net platform and share patient information, James Mault, the company's chief medical officer, emphasizes that companies should redesign products so they are more user-friendly for patients as devices move to the home setting in this "Gray Sheet" podcast.
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