Implications and Responsibilities That Accompany the Era of Big Data
Analytics are increasingly being used in sports medicine and throughout orthopaedics.
Data collected by athletes and teams come in many forms, including wearable devices, smart apparel, and other modalities, and may include global positioning and accelerometry data, heart rate, and sleep data. There is increasing evidence to suggest that these data can help to direct injury prevention programs by identifying risk factors for injury in sports. What does this mean for athletes and sports medicine care? Read more.
Source: The Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery (JBJS)