Measurement of Individual Activity (Explicit Text)
The data that could be measured is far greater than what is currently measured. Partially this is due to a lack of breadth in what health features are considered medically significant. Partially this is due to a lack of depth in what information technologies are considered practically deployable. This Part II systematically examines the range of features that could potentially be relevant to measuring health and then systematically examines the range of technologies that could potentially be utilized to measure these features. This is the health informatics foundation of viable health systems.
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