This course is part of our Professional Development Operational and Technician Bundles, available for purchase with 2020 OPA Membership. For more information, click here!
Hardly a week goes by without an announcement about a new wearable or a new feature added onto an existing one. The data collected through wearable technology ranges from blood glucose and stress levels, to step counts, blood pressure and many other statistics.
Coupled with artificial intelligence, the flood of information coming from these devices already presents impressive results.
The question becomes, should pharmacists be designated as experts on wearables?
Although drugstores are well positioned to sell wearables, most of these devices are sold online directly through manufactures and other retailers such as Best Buy or Apple.
Will we see the rise of “digiceutical” prescriptions, and will wearables become the go-to tool for monitoring patients remotely?
This presentation will help answer these questions and discuss the potential of a “digital health playbook” for pharmacists.
How to register: Registration for this course will be available February of 2020.
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