Smartphone apps can help patients manage their health in between doctor’s office visits, improving outcomes and containing costs of care.  But increasingly, digital therapeutics can also gather and aggregate real-time data about the patient experience, giving providers a richer dataset to help manage chronic conditions.

In part 2 of this series, Kristine Seymour explores the benefits – and potential hazards – of data-sharing in digital therapeutics.

Click here to watch the first video in the three-part series: an introduction to digital therapeutics.

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