7 in 10 doctors report at least one patient sharing some form of health measurement data with them, according to Manhattan Research’s annual “Taking the Pulse” survey of 2,950 physicians. Nearly three-quarters agreed that self-tracking leads to better outcomes.
Self-tracking patient impacts include:
- 40% lead them to ask their doctors new questions
- 46% changed their overall approach to their health
- 34% affected decisions about how to best treat their conditions