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Using Person-Centered Health Analytics to Live Longer: Leveraging Engagement, Behavior Change, and Technology for a Healthy Life by Dwight McNeill

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Part II: Building the Toolkit for Person-Centered Health Analytics

In Part I, “Improving Health Outcomes: The Fusion of Health, Engagement, Democracy, Technology, and Behavior,” I defined the technical cornerstones of pchA, including high-definition data from a multitude of sources; connected devices to gather, share, and connect with the data; health social networks to democratize the data, make meaning of it, and bolster engagement; and advanced computing power to collect, store, integrate, and analyze the data.

I suggested that the purpose of pchA is to support the attainment of a long and healthy life. In order to do this, in this epidemic of lifestyle-related chronic diseases, people need to concentrate on the five behaviors of everyday ...

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