Since Apple Watch's transformation to focus on "health monitoring" and "sports records", the small device on hand has taken on new vitality. Research data on smart wearing devices published by Strategy Analytics in August this yearshowApple Watch sold 5.7 million in the second quarter of this year, more than 50% more than 3.8 million in the second quarter of 2018. Its global market share reached 46%, accounting for almost half of the wearable equipment market.
In order to strengthen the health monitoring function of Apple Watch, in recent years, Apple has added new functions such as ECG, fall detection, noise monitoring and so on. These health-oriented features do bring good news to some users. Before that, different users at home and abroad have benefited from wearing Apple Watch.
According to the foreign media,reportIn 2005, Apple Watch, California, was being used to "simplify the data entry of patient records."
The project, driven by health care service provider Blue Shield in partnership with health service providers Altais and Notable Health, will be used by doctors to wear Apple Watch, when they provide medical services to patients. Specific programs installed on, Apple Watch when they provide medical diagnosis to patients will decompose the diagnosis results given by doctors into relevant data through machine learning and natural language processing techniques. And automatically fill in the patient's EHR (electronic health file), thus eliminating the doctor's manual input process.
Jeff Bailet, president and chief executive of Altais, a health service provider involved in the project, said: "our goal is to help doctors seamlessly use technology to improve patients' health, while reducing management trouble and increasing customer satisfaction."
Currently, California's Paradise Medical Group (PMG) will be the first organization to experience the project, which could be extended to more areas in the future.