Report sees growing role for mHealth tools

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More than three million patients will be monitored by mobile networks by 2016, according to a Juniper Research report. The growth will be driving by higher demand for healthcare peripherals and greater processing power in smartphones, the investigation concludes. The cost of managing diabetes and other chronic conditions will decrease as a result, authors note. 
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