At this year’s CES — that’s the annual meta-meet-up of tech-loving folks from around the world who meet in Las Vegas to see the latest in all forms of consumer electronics and technology, from smart refrigerators and sexy sleek cars to videogames and personal emergency systems — there was a lot for the health care industry to soak up.

I explain what was not only hot, but impactful, for health care providers and plans in the Medecision Liberation Blog published today.

This year’s #CES2020 wasn’t as much about the shiny new things in the Internet of Things as it was about the impact for health and the Intelligence of Things. Check out the post on Medecision’s site to see what I saw, and why I feel this year at CES was a significant tipping point for consumer-, patient-, and caregiver-facing digital tech.