mHealth researchers explore the telehealth value of a tattoo

mHealth researchers at the University of Missouri are developing temporary tattoos that could someday serve a wide range of uses in telehealth.

Once the domain of sailors, athletes, artists and rebellious teens, body art could be designed to capture biometric data in remote patient monitoring programs. The challenge lies in designing a digital health platform that can accurately capture data and transmit it to an online site.

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