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The global market for Wearable Medical Devices is projected to reach US$4.5 billion by 2020, driven by the growing need for effective management of chronic diseases, rising healthcare awareness, and launch of innovative health management devices. The United States represents the largest market worldwide. The need to curb healthcare expenditure associated with chronic disease management is driving adoption of Wearable Medical Devices. Asia-Pacific ranks as the fastest growing market with a CAGR of 23.8% over the analysis period. The growth in developing Asian economies is driven by rising incidence of diabetes, higher awareness over the importance of continuous monitoring, and rising per capita healthcare spending among the expanding base of middle class population.

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When we allow ourselves to be confronted with the fact that there is no virtue or value whatsoever in obedience to the law to secure favorable standing with God, it is then that the pure genius of the gospel dawns upon our hearts with warm, healing light. God’s love is of such an independent and free quality that He needs no incentive to give it. “God is love” in the most pure sense imaginable, so that there is nothing we can do to make Him love us more than He already does. He’s already there without any help from us to earn His love!


Limited access to personal medical records.

“What is justification by faith? It is the work of God in laying the glory of man in the dust, and doing for man that which it is not in his power to do for himself” (Ellen White, , p. 456).

Once we begin to grasp the truth of righteousness by faith, a power we have never known before grips us deep on the inside and we are born again into the glory of the new covenant. A vital seismic shift of consciousness occurs and we are genuinely free for the first time in our lives.

Medical data is fragmented across a variety of incompatible systems.

This is why it is vitally important that the law never be preached except in the context of the gospel. To preach the law without the gospel, Paul explains, is spiritually dangerous. “The letter kills,” he warns (2 Corinthians 3:6). That is, preaching of the law apart from the gospel slaughters people spiritually, emotionally, relationally, because the law without the gospel can only impose “condemnation” (verse 9), which can only drive people to either legalism or despair.

Unauthorised parties can exploit personal medical data.

If we genuinely embrace what Paul teaches in Galatians about the moral law, then, on a deep mental and emotional level, we will be thrust with helpless dependence upon God’s grace for our rescue. All sense of self-dependence will be shattered in one painful yet liberating burst of self-negating realization. The deep, subconscious, carnal security we find in our natural human legalism will be yanked from our ego-centric souls and we will run in nakedness to Christ for the covering that His righteousness alone can provide. This is what Ellen White was getting at when she gave the following definition of justification by faith:

Complete access & control over one’s own medical record.

When Ellen White was asked to define righteousness by faith, she brilliantly got to the heart of the matter by saying, “it is the active principle of love imparted by the Holy Spirit” (Ellen White, , p. 468).

Interconnected systems allow for highly effective treatment options.

“There is not a point that needs to be dwelt upon more earnestly, repeated more frequently, or established more firmly in the minds of all than the impossibility of fallen man meriting anything by his own best good works. Salvation is through faith in Jesus Christ alone” (Ellen White, , p. 19).