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In 2015, ecosystems will transform fragmented wearables market

January 16, 2015 7:03 pm by Stephanie Baum MedCity News The widespread availability of fitness wearables coupled with marginal use has created a relatively new trend in the market —
Jan 1, 2015

4D Healthware Updates Platform to Enable Frictionless Health Data Integration, Regardless of Source

Through Partnership with Human API, Consumers Can Now Seamlessly Integrate Data From More Than 70 Healthcare Devices, Apps and Systems CHICAGO – January 12, 2014 – 4D Healthware, a platform
Jan 1, 2015

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By Star Cunningham, CEO, 4D Healthware

The holidays have come and gone, and wearable devices were among the hottest gifts. You probably noticed it yourself: coworkers and family members sporting new FitBits, Jawbones, or Pebbles dedicated to fitness in 2015.

By Star Cunningham, CEO 4D Healthware

2014 is coming to a screeching halt, and while it’s been a great year for fitness trackers, we are confident that 2015 will be even better, with new technologies on the horizon, some of which seem to be more science fiction than science.

By Star Cunningham, CEO, 4D Healthware

By Star Cunningham, CEO, 4D Healthcare

Startups are packed with highly intelligent, passionate, and hardworking individuals constantly solving big problems.

By Star Cunningham, CEO, 4D Healthware

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