Scandinavian countries could save between EUR 1.25 billion and EUR 2.4 billion annually through the introduction of remote monitoring for the elderly, says a study by the Boston Consulting Group into the global prospects for mobie health which was commissioned by Norwegian operator Telenor. The study says the potential savings from remote monitoring vary between Denmark (EUR 1.25 billion), Norway (EUR 1.5 billion) and Sweden (EUR 2.4 billion). Telenor has previously released a few highlights from this study at this year’s Mobile World Congress but this is the first publication of the full version of the report. Read it here.
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