In my previous column, I spoke of how analytics can guide and make more accurate the work of health departments. The data present increasingly greater value as we move closer to their source. What if the data were immediate … instantly available? The Internet of Things is an emerging phrase among tech circles that characterizes a class of discrete devices, usually single purposed, each with a connection to the Internet. Your new baby monitor, for example, may feature the capacity to check on your sleeping child using your iPhone down the hall or even across town.
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