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January 21, 2004

E-CareManagement News

Disease Management News Reprint

Expect Greater Use of eHealth in DM in 2004

7 Key Trends Focus on Integration of Technologies,

 Convergence of Devices

1) Cost Management Will Continue to Be the Primary Driver of DM Technology Adoption
2) Predictive Modeling Technologies Will Focus on “Impactability”
3) Information and Communication Technologies Will Enable DM Assembling as a Viable Business Strategy
4) Consumer Electronics Giants Will Bring DM into the Living Room
5) Remote Patient Monitoring and Wireless Technologies Will Enable “Healthcare Unbound”
6) Personalization Technologies Will Allow Patients to “Have It Your Way”
7) The Electronic Health Record Will Break From the Pack

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This article appeared in the January 10, 2004 print edition of  Disease Management News.

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