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  • uMotif lets doctors track patients remotely
  • uMotif lets doctors track patients remotely
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uMotif lets doctors track patients remotely

The ‘quantified self’ movement is gaining momentum, with many of us tracking some aspect of our health. Given how useful this data is, it was only a matter of time before it landed in the hands of clinicians. uMotif is a tracking app that connects patients and doctors to streamline healthcare.



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