What If Your Car Cared About Your Health?

Will Ford's plan to install health monitoring devices and interfaces in its cars work? Healthcare professionals know how difficult it is to get patients to monitor their health. But this is just the start of a lot of industries imagining how they can gather, use, and communicate health and wellness data back to the consumer.

2 comments on "What If Your Car Cared About Your Health?"
Kruto (2/8/2012 at 10:51 AM)

Just as long as it doesn't try to give me a DRE.
bob jones (2/7/2012 at 3:30 PM)

Before we find needless ways to unnecessarily increase the cost of an automobile: first we need to get people to care about their health enough to deal with it; second with mere phones even WITH hands free devices still being identified as a root cause of accidents and already on the NTSA chopping block, you seriously want to consider engaging people in more detailed, more stress related information processing that takes their attention away from the road? This is another solution without a problem. Driving is a responsibility that requires attention.


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