This is going to be short and sweet. Better personal health assistant is something that is very exciting and is growing fast. It is essentially an assistant that will help you track your health, connects you with expert medical advice, and coordinates your care. While this is obviously very helpful from a patien standpoint, most of the potential lies with the ability for the company to collect data at scale to help improve health care in general. I can go on and on about this, but I really think you should just go to their website and poke around for a bit. This is very interesting stuff and makes me excited for the future. Here’s their site: Better
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