the two companies teamed up with health-tech start-up Evidation to find ways to more quickly and precisely detect cognitive impairments with the help of popular consumer gadgets.
The authors found that people with symptoms of cognitive decline typed more slowly, typed less regularly and sent fewer text messages than healthy participants. They also have a greater reliance on support apps and are less inclined to fill out surveys. Still, the researchers said there are limitations to the study, which didn’t draw any long-term conclusions because more analysis is needed.
You have got the paper here.
Of the 15 authors of the paper, five work for each company with the other five representing Evidation. It’s the latest sign that Apple’s health team is investing in deep medical research with traditional pharmaceutical players.
Also, Jeff Williams has said the health data into iPhones are going to be more accessible
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