Interactive Health Data — What It Is And How To Use It

Law360, New York (September 9, 2013, 12:19 PM EDT) -- Interactive health data promises to yield a hoard of evidentiary gems for defense counsel to use against plaintiffs in personal injury cases. Proactive counsel seeking to use this data should consider serving a demand for the preservation of electronic evidence early in the litigation to protect their client’s ability to inspect and use this valuable data.

The term “interactive health data” refers to data generated from wireless health monitoring sensors and gadgets, smartphone apps and personal health records (PHR). A new generation of popular activity monitors,...
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