June 20, 2017

“I think the field is promising,” says Dr. Neil Sehgal, assistant professor in the Department of Health Services Administration, in a phone conversation on KPCC’s AirTalk about fitness trackers. As research on the reliability of these devices continues, he said, we will gain a better sense of where these devices can provide actionable data and where they can’t. “The explosion in the industry hasn’t kept pace with the science.”

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