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No half measures

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<dc:creator>Djarlijeva, Elena </dc:creator>
<dc:creator>Hoppe, Lucy </dc:creator>
<dc:description xml:lang="es">Sumario: We are living in the age of the quantified self '  people's growing appetite for measuring data about themselves, generally to improve physical, mental and emotional performance. Consumer and medical wearable devices help us track factors such as physical activity, calorie intake, sleep quality, glucose, blood pressure, heart health and brain activity. In 2019, it was estimated that there were 216m such devices; this is expected to reach 614m by 2025. By 2023, around five million individuals are predicted to be remotely monitored by healthcare providers.</dc:description>
<dc:rights xml:lang="es">InC -</dc:rights>
<dc:subject xml:lang="es">Wearables</dc:subject>
<dc:subject xml:lang="es">Salud Digital</dc:subject>
<dc:subject xml:lang="es">Dispositivos móviles</dc:subject>
<dc:subject xml:lang="es">Análisis de datos</dc:subject>
<dc:subject xml:lang="es">Desarrollo tecnológico</dc:subject>
<dc:subject xml:lang="es">Mercado de seguros</dc:subject>
<dc:type xml:lang="es">Artículos y capítulos</dc:type>
<dc:title xml:lang="es">No half measures</dc:title>
<dc:relation xml:lang="es">En: The Actuary : the magazine of the Institute & Faculty of Actuaries. - London :  Redactive Publishing, 2019-. - 01/04/2020 Número 3 - abril 2020 , p. 20-21</dc:relation>