INTERVIEW: Data-driven R&D Is Feeding Toshiba's Healthcare Innovation
This article was originally published in Clinica
Toshiba Medical Systems is gathering data from sensor-based wearables as it expands into new areas of health care research in the UK. Whether applied in the NHS or the private sector, the results will represent another piece of the health care jigsaw, says Mark Hitchman, managing director of the Japanese imaging group’s UK medical subsidiary
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