Best fitness tracking gadgets displayed in CES 2014 – Gizmo Chunk Although the market for devices that track fitness levels really didn’t start increasing before 2013, it has skyrocketed to incredible heights today, what with more and more fitness enthusiasts opting for these trackers to monitor their fitness levels for constancy and improvement. Well, the CES 2014 did not disappoint them. The show featured some amazing fitness trackers, five of which are given below. Lifeband Touch and Heart Rate Earphones GOkey: Battery-Memory-Remote. All on your keyring Boost your phone battery, use it as a cable, store your data, locate your keys and find your phone. Earn $10 Instant Refunds & Get Your GOkey For Free New video with the unlocked features For any questions, feel free to email us at email@example.com GOkey color preference to be asked at end of the campaign Cables are messy,
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Healthcare system in India- Important facts you should know about - Healthcare IT Solutions India is the only country in the whole world that is performing development with large number of facts and this is also accepted by the other people that India is more powerful and also has a great knowledge in all the fields more than others. Healthcare software services may be a new concept for India and its population but with the help of Vedas and old books, this is making efforts in the medical field from the hundreds of years. Most of the countries have make a great research related to the medical field but do you know that what they are observing now with the help of hi tech machines, our pundits and writers of those Vedas have already mentioned in their experiences. India is a powerful country but now this is also accepted by the other countries strongly. In India, approximately 70 percent population is still living in rural areas and have to face lots of health problems and other related problems due to some circumstances.
2011-09-12 WellPoint and IBM Announce Agreement to Put Watson to Work in Health Care INDIANAPOLIS and ARMONK, N.Y., - 12 Sep 2011: WellPoint, Inc. (NYSE: WLP), and IBM (NYSE: IBM) announced an agreement today to create the first commercial applications of the IBM Watson technology. Under the agreement, WellPoint will develop and launch Watson-based solutions to help improve patient care through the delivery of up-to-date, evidence-based health care for millions of Americans. How tech and smartphones are transforming the infrastructure-intensive healthcare industry “When we were building Wockhardt Hospitals, for over 19 years we had close to 3,000 beds and were the second largest. And the largest hospital boasts of 7,000 beds. Currently, there’s a spend of close to USD 1,85,000 per bed. One of the biggest problems in the country is infrastructure development,” said Vishal Bali of Medwell Ventures at the Decoding Healthcare event by Unitus Seed Fund in Bengaluru this week.