• Pfizer is partnering with UnitedHealthcare, AARP and Georgia Tech on Project Catalyst, which aims to deploy consumer fitness wearables among adults over 50 to determine “usability and effectiveness at changing users’ behavior.” It’s fitness and sleep stuff, but it looks like an attempt to benchmark whether trackers can drive behavior change in the demographics that really need it.
  • Investement in digital health seems to be slowing, per Rock Health and StartUp Health numbers for Q1 – a possible sign of a “maturing market,” or, if you prefer, an overheated market losing a little froth.

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