Technology can make it easier for patients and providers to manage progress in cardiac rehabilitation, Suhar says. The Scripps center is testing a technology to do that, in one example of how health care innovation may ease the burden of treating the many baby boomers entering the health care system in the coming years and decades. Health care is changing in a number of ways that should help with the challenge presented by the boomers. Read more about Scripps' effort and other innovations in the last part of H&HN's yearlong Boomer Challenge series.
Scripps Health Tests New Cardiac Rehab Technology
The baby boomers are in line to benefit from new technologies. Christopher Suhar, M.D., director of the Scripps Center for Integrative Medicine, describes a cardiac rehab technology that Scripps is testing, in a video report.
December 17, 2014