NHS remote monitoring will allow dementia patients to stay at home!
The NHS has teamed up with Google, IBM and Phillips to launch groundbreaking projects across Britain which will see patients monitored remotely using new technology.
The fridges, kettles and curtains of dementia patients will be wired-up to make sure they are eating properly and getting out of bed, as part of a new NHS pilot to allow people to stay in their own homes for longer.
It is one of a six major schemes launched to revolutionise the health service through modern technology.
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