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Cardiologists’ Perception of Wearable Device Data in Patients with Heart Failure

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The work was supported by an unrestricted grant from Microsoft Corporation that donated 20 wristbands for the study. The production and sale of these devices has since been discontinued.

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Correspondence to Neil Mehta MBBS, MS.

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The authors have disclosed that Dr. NM owns stock in Microsoft and receives royalties from licensing a software program. Dr. JY and Dr. WHT serve as consultants for various device and biopharmaceutical companies, and both have received several NIH grants. None of these pose potential conflicts of interest for this study (Microsoft has since discontinued its wearable device product). All remaining authors declare that they do not have a conflict of interest.

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Prior presentations: An earlier version of the manuscript was presented at the SGIM Mid-West conference in Cleveland, in 2015.

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Mehta, S., Mehta, N., Tang, W.H. et al. Cardiologists’ Perception of Wearable Device Data in Patients with Heart Failure. J GEN INTERN MED (2020). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11606-019-05390-z

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