What if a nurse could monitor a coronavirus patient at home and jump in with care before symptoms get worse? That’s happening in Chicago because of new wearable technology. NBC 5’s Lauren Petty reports.
It could be the future of coronavirus care. “The technology is sophisticated enough that we’re going to see things that the nurse can take care of before the patient feels the symptoms,” said Gary Conkright, CEO of physIQ. The Chicago-based company makes pinpointIQ, a system made up of wearable biosensors and artificial intelligence technology that tracks a patient’s physiological...