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Digital Phenotyping, Wearables, and Outcomes.

There is a significant need for robust and objective outcome assessments in spine surgery. Constant monitoring via smartphones and wearable devices has the potential to fill this role by providing an in-depth picture of human well-being, creating an unprecedented amount of objective data to augment clinical decision-making. The metrics obtained from continuous patient monitoring increase the amount and ecological validity of data relevant to spine surgery. This can provide physicians with patient and disease-specific medical information, facilitating personalized patient care.

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