Mixed reactions to the Scripps Wired for Health study results on Twitter

By Brian Dolan

News broke earlier this week that Scripps Translational Science Institute’s Wired For Health study showed the digital health monitoring used in the randomized control trial of 160 patients had no impact on outcomes or the cost of care during the first six months. The results were met with a mix of reactions from people working in healthcare who shared their thoughts on Twitter.

Some chalked it up to it still being the early days of digital health, others pointed to the duration of the study -- just six months -- as not being long enough to show the program's true impact. A few wondered if the trial should have been conducted a different way.

Others claimed not to be surprised in the slightest.

Read on for Twitter reactions to MobiHealthNews' coverage of the Scripps Wired for Health study results: