A very Smart Device and Software
>> Still, it is hard not to see the giant repercussions of this. It puts power in the hands of the patient. It reduces testing time. It frees medical professionals to do more doctoring. It requires less training to enable more people to perform tests in the field.
Very good stuff, and the good Professor didn't have to go on Shark Tank for funds.
Truly disruptive, and very beneficial to people.
Why is it "people" benefits lag behind business benefits in the grand scheme of things, i.e, this development comes way after the ability to process a company's human resources files...