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Annals of Health Law, Vol. 26, Issue 22
Rachel E. Sachs (Academic Fellow Alumna)


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From the paper:

An app that can tell when a phone’s owner is having a seizure.1 A device that transforms a phone into a mobile EKG machine.2 An app that helps patients track their moles over time—and maybe alerts them when they should see a doctor.3 Just a few years ago, these descriptions would have sounded like science fiction. But each of these products is now available to patients, and the mobile health industry is growing rapidly.4 Even as of 2015, there were well over 100,000 mobile health apps available for download, with the market continuing to grow.5 

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