Glimpse into future wearables at the mHealth Summit
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The Virginia-based startup is marketing a smart water bottle that goes well beyond data collection. Paired with an app, it tracks vitamins, supplements and hydration, then dispenses nutritional supplements tailored to the user’s needs.
Speaking during the Wearables + Things symposium on Sunday at the mHealth Summit, company CEO Jonathon Perrelli, a 20-year mHealth veteran, sees his smart bottle as evidence of the evolution of the industry. It’s part of the new wave of disruptive wearables, he said, that takes data, analyzes it and delivers personalized care management back to the user when and where needed.
Just think what can be done when you add the doctor to the mix.
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