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How ubiquitous computing is transforming the treatment of mental health disorders

Tanzeem Choudhury (Cornell and HealthRhythms)
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How ubiquitous computing is transforming the treatment of mental health disorders

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Tanzeem Choudhury

Cornell and HealthRhythms

Tanzeem Choudhury received her Ph.D. from the Media Laboratory at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. As part of her doctoral work, she created the sociometer and conducted the first experiment that uses mobile sensors to model social networks, which led to a new field of research referred to as Reality Mining. She holds a B.S. in electrical engineering from the University of Rochester, and an M.S. from the MIT Media Laboratory.

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Robert Cohen
09/25/2015 8:27am EDT

Do you have any examples of how using sensors make health care delivery more efficient? Can they be quantified in terms of care deliverers providing more or better quality care? Or through cost savings?