There has been no shortage of recent news about health systems and technology developers exploiting the surge in consumer fitness technology.

In just the past several weeks, for example, Boston-based Partners HealthCare announced it had received a $468,000 grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation to develop an "engagement engine" that will use analytics and big data parsing to help patients sustain use of wearable fitness devices. Electronic health records vendor eClinicalWorks also announced it was enabling integration of data from wearable devices into its online healow platform and into its EHR.

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